intercom/intercom-php

Intercom API client built on top of Guzzle 6


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Installation

Requires PHP 5.6.

Using Composer:

The recommended way to install intercom-php is through Composer:

First, install Composer:

$ curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php

Next, install the latest intercom-php:

$ php composer.phar require intercom/intercom-php

Finally, you can include the files in your PHP script:

require "vendor/autoload.php";

Clients

For OAuth or Access Tokens use:

use Intercom\IntercomClient;

$client = new IntercomClient(<insert_token_here>, null);

If you already have an access token you can find it here. If you want to create or learn more about access tokens then you can find more info here.

If you are building a third party application you can get your OAuth token by setting-up-oauth for Intercom.

Users

// Create a user
$client->users->create([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "custom_attributes" => ['foo' => 'bar']
]);

// Update a user (Note: This method is an alias to the create method. In practice you can use create to update users if you wish)
$client->users->update([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "custom_attributes" => ['foo' => 'bar']
]);

// Delete a user by ID
$client->users->deleteUser("570680a8a1bcbca8a90001b9");

// Get a user by ID
$client->users->getUser("570680a8a1bcbca8a90001b9");

// Add companies to a user
$client->users->create([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "companies" => [
    [
      "company_id" => "3"
    ]
  ]
]);

// Remove companies from a user
$client->users->create([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "companies" => [
    [
      "company_id" => "3",
      "remove" => true
    ]
  ]
]);

// Find a single user by email
$client->users->getUsers(["email" => "bob@intercom.io"]);

// List all users
$client->users->getUsers([]);

Leads

// Create a lead
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#create-lead
$client->leads->create([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "custom_attributes" => ['foo' => 'bar']
]);

// Update a lead (Note: This method is an alias to the create method. In practice you can use create to update leads if you wish)
$client->leads->update([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "custom_attributes" => ['foo' => 'bar']
]);

// List leads
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#list-leads
$client->leads->getLeads([]);

// Find a lead by ID
$client->leads->getLead("570680a8a1bcbca8a90000a9");

// Delete a lead by ID
$client->leads->deleteLead("570680a8a1bcbca8a90000a9");

// Convert a Lead to a User
$leads->convertLead([
  "contact" => [
    "user_id" => "8a88a590-e1c3-41e2-a502-e0649dbf721c"
  ],
  "user" => [
    "email" => "winstonsmith@truth.org"
  ]
]);

Tags

// List tags
$client->tags->getTags();

// Tag users
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#tag-or-untag-users-companies-leads-contacts
$client->tags->tag([
  "name" => "Test",
  "users" => [
    ["id" => "1234"]
  ]
]);

Segments

// List Segments
$client->segments->getSegments();

Events

// Create an event
$client->events->create([
  "event_name" => "testing",
  "created_at" => 1391691571,
  "email" => "test@intercom.io"
]);

// View events for a user
$client->events->getEvents(["email" => "bob@intercom.io"]);

Companies

// Create a company
$client->companies->create([
  "name" => "foocorp", "company_id" => "3"
]);

// Update a company (Note: This method is an alias to the create method. In practice you can use create to update companies if you wish)
$client->companies->update([
  "name" => "foocorp", "id" => "3"
]);

// List Companies
$client->companies->getCompanies([]);

Admins

// List admins
$client->admins->getAdmins();

Messages

// Send a message from an admin to a user
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#conversations
$client->messages->create([
  "message_type" => "inapp",
  "subject" => "Hey",
  "body" => "Ponies, cute small horses or something more sinister?",
  "from" => [
    "type" => "admin",
    "id" => "1234"
  ],
  "to" => [
    "type" => "user",
    "email" => "bob@intercom.io"
  ]
]);

Conversations

// List conversations for an admin
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#list-conversations
$client->conversations->getConversations([
  "type" => "admin",
  "admin_id" => "25610"
]);

// Get a single conversation
$client->conversations->getConversation("1234")

// Reply to a conversation
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#replying-to-a-conversation
$client->conversations->replyToConversation("5678", [
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "body" => "Thanks :)",
  "type" => "user",
  "message_type" => "comment"
]);

//Reply to a user's last conversation
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.com/reference#replying-to-users-last-conversation
$client->conversations->replyToLastConversation([
  "email" => "test@intercom.io",
  "body" => "Thanks :)",
  "type" => "user",
  "message_type" => "comment"
]);

// Mark a conversation as read
// See API documentation here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#marking-a-conversation-as-read
$client->conversations->markConversationAsRead("7890");

Counts

// List counts
// See more options here: https://developers.intercom.io/reference#getting-counts
$client->counts->getCounts([])

Notes

// Create a note
$client->notes->create([
  "admin_id" => "21",
  "body" => "Text for my note",
  "user" => [
    "id" => "5310d8e8598c9a0b24000005"
  ]
]);

// List notes for a user
$client->notes->getNotes([
  "user_id" => "25"
]);

// Get a single Note by id
$client->notes->getNote("42");

Pagination

When listing, the Intercom API may return a pagination object:

{
  "pages": {
    "next": "..."
  }
}

You can grab the next page of results using the client:

$client->nextPage($response->pages);

Exceptions

Exceptions are handled by Guzzle. The Intercom API may return an unsuccessful HTTP response, for example when a resource is not found (404). If you want to catch errors you can wrap your API call into a try/catch:

use GuzzleHttp\Exception\ClientException;

try {
  $user = $client->users->getUser("570680a8a1bcbca8a90001b9");
} catch(ClientException $e) {
  $response = $e->getResponse();
  $statusCode = $response->getStatusCode();
  if ($statusCode == '404') {
    // Handle 404 error
    return;
  } else {
    throw $e;
  }
}

Pull Requests

  • Add tests! Your patch won't be accepted if it doesn't have tests.

  • Document any change in behaviour. Make sure the README and any other relevant documentation are kept up-to-date.

  • Create topic branches. Don't ask us to pull from your master branch.

  • One pull request per feature. If you want to do more than one thing, send multiple pull requests.

  • Send coherent history. Make sure each individual commit in your pull request is meaningful. If you had to make multiple intermediate commits while developing, please squash them before sending them to us.