jomweb/billplz

PHP Agnostic library for working with BillPlz API

v3.1.1 2019-05-09 06:45 UTC

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Installation

Composer

To install through composer, simply put the following in your composer.json file:

{
    "require": {
        "jomweb/billplz": "^3.0",
        "php-http/guzzle6-adapter": "^2.0"
    }
}

Quick Installation

Above installation can also be simplify by using the following command:

composer require "php-http/guzzle6-adapter" "jomweb/billplz=^3.0"

HTTP Adapter

Instead of utilizing php-http/guzzle6-adapter you might want to use any other adapter that implements php-http/client-implementation. Check Clients & Adapters for PHP-HTTP.

PHAR

If Composer isn't available on your application, you can opt for use Billplz PHAR which can be downloaded from the most recent GitHub Release. This build uses guzzlehttp/guzzle under the hood for all request to Billplz API.

You should received billplz.phar file which you can include to your project.

<?php

require "billplz.phar";

$client = Billplz\Client::make('your-api-key', 'your-x-signature-key');

Getting Started

Creating Client

You can start by creating a Billplz client by using the following code (which uses php-http/guzzle6-adapter and php-http/discovery to automatically pick available adapter installed via composer):

<?php

use Billplz\Client;

$billplz = Client::make('your-api-key');

You can also send X-Signature key by doing the following:

<?php

use Billplz\Client;

$billplz = Client::make('your-api-key', 'your-x-signature-key');

Alternatively, you could also manually configure Http\Client\Common\HttpMethodsClient directly:

<?php

use Billplz\Client;

$http = Laravie\Codex\Discovery::client();

$billplz = new Client($http, 'your-api-key', 'your-x-signature-key');

Using Sandbox

You can set to use development/sandbox environment by adding the following code:

$billplz->useSandbox();

API Version

By default jomweb/billplz would use v4 API version for any request, however you can customize this in future when new API version is available.

$billplz->useVersion('v3');

Usages

Collection

Now you can create an instance of Collection:

$collection = $billplz->collection();

You can also manually set the API version by doing $billplz->collection('v3');. You can also use $billplz->uses('Collection'); to get the same result.

Create a Collection

You can add a new collection by calling the following code:

$response = $collection->create('My First API Collection');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "inbmmepb",
    "title" => "My First API Collection",
    "logo" => [
        "thumb_url" => null,
        "avatar_url" => null,
    ],
    "split_payment" => [
        "email" => null,
        "fixed_cut" => null,
        "variable_cut" => null,
    ]
];

You can also create new collection with optional parameters:

$response = $collection->create('My First API Collection', [
    'logo' => '@/Users/Billplz/Documents/uploadPhoto.png',
    'split_payment' => [
        'email' => 'verified@account.com',
        'fixed_cut' => \Duit\MYR::given(100),
    ],
]);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "inbmmepb",
    "title" => "My First API Collection",
    "logo" => [
        "thumb_url" => "https://sample.net/assets/uploadPhoto.png",
        "avatar_url" => "https://sample.net/assets/uploadPhoto.png",
    ],
    "split_payment" => [
        "email" => "verified@account.com",
        "fixed_cut" => \Duit\MYR::given(100),
        "variable_cut" => null,
    ],
];

List of Collections

You can get Collection index by calling following code:

$response = $collection->all();

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "collections": [{
        "id" => "inbmmepb",
        "title" => "My First API Collection",
        "logo" => [
            "thumb_url" => null,
            "avatar_url" => null,
        ],
        "split_header" => null,
        "split_payments" => [
            [
                "email" => "verified@account.com",
                "fixed_cut" => 100,
                "variable_cut" => 2,
                "stack_order" => 0,
            ],
            [
                "email" => "verified2@account.com",
                "fixed_cut" => 200,
                "variable_cut" => 3,
                "stack_order" => 1,
            ],
        ],
        "status" => "active",
    }],
    "page" => 1,
];

u also can provide optional parameters (page, status):

$response = $collection->all([
    'page' => 2,
    'status' => 'active',
]);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "collections": [{
        "id" => "inbmmepb",
        "title" => "My First API Collection",
        "logo" => [
            "thumb_url" => null,
            "avatar_url" => null,
        ],
        "split_header" => null,
        "split_payments" => [
            [
                "email" => "verified@account.com",
                "fixed_cut" => 100,
                "variable_cut" => 2,
                "stack_order" => 0,
            ],
            [
                "email" => "verified2@account.com",
                "fixed_cut" => 200,
                "variable_cut" => 3,
                "stack_order" => 1,
            ],
        ],
        "status" => "active",
    }],
    "page" => 2,
];

Get existing Collection

You can get existing collection by calling the following code:

$response = $collection->get('inbmmepb');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "inbmmepb",
    "title" => "My First API Collection",
    "logo" => [
        "thumb_url" => null,
        "avatar_url" => null,
    ],
    "split_header" => null,
    "split_payments" => [
        [
            "email" => "verified@account.com",
            "fixed_cut" => 100,
            "variable_cut" => 2,
            "stack_order" => 0,
        ],
        [
            "email" => "verified2@account.com",
            "fixed_cut" => 200,
            "variable_cut" => 3,
            "stack_order" => 1,
        ],
    ],
    "status" => "active",
];

Deactivate a collection

To use activate() and deactivate() function, you must explicitely use version v3. You can deactivate a collection by calling the following code:

$response = $collection->deactivate('inbmmepb');

Activate a collection

You can deactivate a collection by calling the following code:

$response = $collection->deactivate('inbmmepb');

Open Collection

Now you can create an instance of Collection:

$collection = $billplz->openCollection();

You can also manually set the API version by doing $billplz->openCollection('v3');. You can also use $billplz->uses('OpenCollection'); to get the same result.

Create an Open Collection

$response = $collection->create(
    'My First API Collection',
    'Maecenas eu placerat ante. Fusce ut neque justo, et aliquet enim. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.',
    \Duit\MYR::given(299)
);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "0pp87t_6",
    "title" => "MY FIRST API OPEN COLLECTION",
    "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante. Fusce ut neque justo, et aliquet enim. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.",
    "reference_1_label" => null,
    "reference_2_label" => null,
    "email_link" => null,
    "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(299),
    "fixed_amount" => true,
    "tax" => null,
    "fixed_quantity" => true,
    "payment_button" => "pay",
    "photo" => [
        "retina_url" =>  null,
        "avatar_url" =>  null,
    ],
    "split_payment" => [
        "email" => null,
        "fixed_cut" => null,
        "variable_cut" => null,
    ],
    "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/0pp87t_6",
];

List of Open Collections

You can get Open Collection index by calling following code:

$response = $collection->all();

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "open_collections": [{
        "id" => "0pp87t_6",
        "title" => ""MY FIRST API OPEN COLLECTION",
        "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante. Fusce ut neque justo, et aliquet enim. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.",
        "reference_1_label" => null,
        "reference_2_label" => null,
        "email_link" => null,
        "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(299),
        "fixed_amount" => true,
        "tax" => null,
        "fixed_quantity" => true,
        "payment_button" => "pay",
        "photo" => [
            "retina_url" =>  null,
            "avatar_url" =>  null,
        ],
        "split_payment" => [
            "email" => null,
            "fixed_cut" => null,
            "variable_cut" => null,
        ],
        "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/0pp87t_6",
    }],
    "page" => 1,
];

u also can provide optional parameters (page, status):

$response = $collection->all([
    'page' => 2,
    'status' => 'active',
]);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "open_collections": [{
        "id" => "0pp87t_6",
        "title" => ""MY FIRST API OPEN COLLECTION",
        "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante. Fusce ut neque justo, et aliquet enim. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.",
        "reference_1_label" => null,
        "reference_2_label" => null,
        "email_link" => null,
        "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(299),
        "fixed_amount" => true,
        "tax" => null,
        "fixed_quantity" => true,
        "payment_button" => "pay",
        "photo" => [
            "retina_url" =>  null,
            "avatar_url" =>  null,
        ],
        "split_payment" => [
            "email" => null,
            "fixed_cut" => null,
            "variable_cut" => null,
        ],
        "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/0pp87t_6",
    }],
    "page" => 2
];

Get existing Open Collection

You can get existing open collection by calling the following code:

$response = $collection->get('0pp87t_6');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "0pp87t_6",
    "title" => ""MY FIRST API OPEN COLLECTION",
    "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante. Fusce ut neque justo, et aliquet enim. In hac habitasse platea dictumst.",
    "reference_1_label" => null,
    "reference_2_label" => null,
    "email_link" => null,
    "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(299),
    "fixed_amount" => true,
    "tax" => null,
    "fixed_quantity" => true,
    "payment_button" => "pay",
    "photo" => [
        "retina_url" =>  null,
        "avatar_url" =>  null,
    ],
    "split_payment" => [
        "email" => null,
        "fixed_cut" => null,
        "variable_cut" => null,
    ],
    "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/0pp87t_6",
];

Bill

Now you can create an instance of Bill:

$bill = $billplz->bill();

You can also manually set the API version by doing $billplz->bill('v3');. You can also use $billplz->uses('Bill'); to get the same result.

Create a Bill

You can add a new bill by calling the following code:

$response = $bill->create(
    'inbmmepb',
    'api@billplz.com',
    null,
    'Michael API V3',
    \Duit\MYR::given(200),
    'http://example.com/webhook/',
    'Maecenas eu placerat ante.'
);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "8X0Iyzaw",
    "collection_id" => "inbmmepb",
    "paid" => false,
    "state" => "overdue",
    "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(200),
    "paid_amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(0),
    "due_at" => new \DateTime('Y-m-d', "2015-3-9"),
    "email" => "api@billplz.com",
    "mobile" => null,
    "name" => "MICHAEL API V3",
    "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/bills/8X0Iyzaw",
    "reference_1_label" => "Reference 1",
    "reference_1" => null,
    "reference_2_label" => "Reference 2",
    "reference_2" => null,
    "redirect_url" => null,
    "callback_url" => "http://example.com/webhook/",
    "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante."
];

redirect_url can be passed on the 8th parameters which is (array) $optional

Alternative Way to Set Redirect URL
$response = $bill->create(
    'inbmmepb',
    'api@billplz.com',
    null,
    'Michael API V3',
    \Duit\MYR::given(200),
    ['callback_url' => 'http://example.com/webhook/', 'redirect_url' => 'http://example.com/redirect/'],
    'Maecenas eu placerat ante.'
);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "8X0Iyzaw",
    "collection_id" => "inbmmepb",
    "paid" => false,
    "state" => "overdue",
    "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(200),
    "paid_amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(0),
    "due_at" => new \DateTime('Y-m-d', "2015-3-9"),
    "email" => "api@billplz.com",
    "mobile" => null,
    "name" => "MICHAEL API V3",
    "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/bills/8X0Iyzaw",
    "reference_1_label" => "Reference 1",
    "reference_1" => null,
    "reference_2_label" => "Reference 2",
    "reference_2" => null,
    "redirect_url" => "http://example.com/redirect/",
    "callback_url" => "http://example.com/webhook/",
    "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante."
];

Get existing Bill

$response = $bill->get('8X0Iyzaw');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "id" => "8X0Iyzaw",
    "collection_id" => "inbmmepb",
    "paid" => false,
    "state" => "due",
    "amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(200),
    "paid_amount" => \Duit\MYR::given(0),
    "due_at" => new \DateTime("2020-12-31"),
    "email" => "api@billplz.com",
    "mobile" => "+60112223333",
    "name" => "MICHAEL API V3",
    "url" => "https://www.billplz.com/bills/8X0Iyzaw",
    "reference_1_label" => "First Name",
    "reference_1" => "Jordan",
    "reference_2_label" => "Last Name",
    "reference_2" => "Michael",
    "redirect_url" => "http://example.com/redirect/",
    "callback_url" => "http://example.com/webhook/",
    "description" => "Maecenas eu placerat ante."
]

Delete a Bill

$response = $bill->destroy('8X0Iyzaw');

var_dump($response->toArray());
[]

Payment Completion

Redirect

You can setup a redirect page where user will be redirected after payment is completed. Billplz will redirect user to your specified redirect page along with few URL parameters. In order to capture all the URL parameters, do the following.

$data = $bill->redirect($_GET);
return [
    'id' => 'W_79pJDk',
    'paid' => true,
    'paid_at' => new \DateTime('2015-03-09 16:23:59 +0800'),
];

Callback

You can setup a webhook to receive POST request from Billplz. In order to accept the response, all you to do is write the following.

$data = $bill->webhook($_POST);
return [
    'id' => 'W_79pJDk',
    'collection_id' => 'inbmmepb',
    'paid' => true,
    'state' => 'paid',
    'amount' => \Duit\MYR::given(200),
    'paid_amount' => \Duit\MYR::given(0),
    'due_at' => new \DateTime('2020-12-31'),
    'email' => 'api@billplz.com',
    'mobile' => '+60112223333',
    'name' => 'MICHAEL API',
    'metadata' => [
        'id' => 9999,
        'description' => 'This is to test bill creation',
    ],
    'url' => 'https://billplz.dev/bills/W_79pJDk',
    'paid_at' => new \DateTime('2015-03-09 16:23:59 +0800'),
];

Transaction

Now you can create an instance of Transaction:

$transaction = $billplz->transaction();

You can also manually set the API version by doing $billplz->transaction('v3');. You can also use $billplz->uses('Bill.Transaction'); to get the same result.

List of Transactions

You can get Transaction index by calling following code:

$response = $transaction->show('inbmmepb');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "bill_id" => "inbmmepb"
    "transactions" => [
        [
            "id": "60793D4707CD",
            "status": "completed",
            "completed_at": "2017-02-23T12:49:23.612+08:00",
            "payment_channel": "FPX"
        ],
        [
            "id" => "28F3D3194138",
            "status" => "failed",
            "completed_at" => ,
            "payment_channel" => "FPX"
        ]
    ],
    "page" => 1
]

You also can provide optional parameters (page, status):

$response = $transaction->show('8X0Iyzaw', [
    'page' => 1,
    'status' => 'completed'
]);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "bill_id" => "8X0Iyzaw"
    "transactions" => [
        [
            "id" => "60793D4707CD",
            "status" => "completed",
            "completed_at" => "2017-02-23T12:49:23.612+08:00",
            "payment_channel" => "FPX"
        ]
    ],
    "page" => 1
]

Banking

Now you can create an instance of Bank:

$bank = $billplz->bank();

You can also manually set the API version by doing $billplz->bank('v3');. You can also use $billplz->uses('Bank'); to get the same result.

Create A Bank Account

Request Bank Account Direct Verification Service by creating bank records thru this API.

$response = $bank->createAccount('Insan Jaya', '91234567890', '999988887777', 'MBBEMYKL', true);

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "name" => "Insan Jaya",
    "id_no" => "91234567890",
    "acc_no" => "999988887777",
    "code" => "MBBEMYKL",
    "organization" => true,
    "authorization_date" => "2017-07-03",
    "status" => "pending",
    "processed_at" => null,
    "rejected_desc" => null
]

Get A Bank Account

Query Billplz Bank Account Direct Verification Service by passing single account number arguement. This API will only return latest, single matched bank account.

$response = $bank->get('1234567890');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "name" => "sara",
    "id_no" => "820909101001",
    "acc_no" => "1234567890",
    "code" => "MBBEMYKL",
    "organization" => false,
    "authorization_date" => "2015-12-03",
    "status" => "pending",
    "processed_at" => null,
    "rejected_desc" => null
]

Registration Check by Bank Account

At any given time, you can request to check on a registration status by bank account number.

$response = $bank->checkAccount('1234567890');

var_dump($response->toArray());
return [
    "name" => "verified"
]

Get FPX Banks List

If you want to use Bank Direct Feature in Billplz, you need list of FPX Banks to send in create bill request.

You can get supported bank for FPX by calling following code:

$list = $bank->supportedForFpx();

var_dump($list->toArray());
return [
    "banks" => [
        [
            "name" => "PBB0233",
            "active" => true,
        ],
        [
            "name" => "MBB0227",
            "active" => true,
        ],
        [
            "name" => "MBB0228",
            "active" => true,
        ],
    ],
];

Note: You will hit 401, Invalid access error if you have not enabled Bank Direct by Billplz. Contact Billplz for information.

Handling Response

Every request made to Billplz would return \Laravie\Codex\Response which can fallback to \Psr\Http\Message\ResponseInterface which would allow developer to further inspect the response.

Getting the Response

You can get the raw response using the following:

$response->getBody();

However we also create a method to parse the return JSON string to array.

$response->toArray();

Checking the Response HTTP Status

You can get the response status code via:

if ($response->getStatusCode() !== 200) {
    throw new SomethingHasGoneReallyBadException();
}

Checking the Response Header

You can also check the response header via the following code:

$response->getHeaders(); // get all headers as array.
$response->hasHeader('Content-Type'); // check if `Content-Type` header exist.
$response->getHeader('Content-Type'); // get `Content-Type` header.