OAuth2 authentication and reauthorization for Guzzle 4.x and 5.x
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Provides an OAuth2 subscriber for Guzzle 4.x and 5.x.
This plugin is based on the Guzzle 3.x OAuth2 plugin by Bojan Zivanovic and Damien Tournoud from the CommerceGuys guzzle-oauth2-plugin repository.
I originally forked that project, but moved to a new repo since most of the code has changed and I needed to reset the versions to < 1.0.
- Acquires access tokens via one of the supported grant types (code, client credentials, user credentials, refresh token). Or you can set an access token yourself.
- Supports refresh tokens (stores them and uses them to get new access tokens).
- Handles token expiration (acquires new tokens and retries failed requests).
- Allows storage and lookup of access tokens via callbacks
This plugin extends Guzzle, transparently adding authentication to outgoing requests and optionally attempting reauthorization if the access token is no longer valid.
There are several grant types available like
Access Token Method
If you already have an access token, you can use that to authenticate to a service, but beware that access tokens are meant to expire, and the process of obtaining a new access token is included in this library as well (for example, by using the
Here's how to use an existing access token for the request, thus no re-authorization client is needed:
use kamermans\GuzzleOAuth2\OAuth2Subscriber; // Setup OAuth $oauth = new OAuth2Subscriber(); // Manually specify access_token. When it expires, you will get an exception $oauth->getTokenData()->accessToken = 'somelongtoken'; $client = new GuzzleHttp\Client(); // Attach OAuth subscriber to the Guzzle client and all URLs will be authenticated $client->getEmitter()->attach($oauth); $response = $client->get('http://somehost/some_secure_url'); echo "Status: ".$response->getStatusCode()."\n";
Client Credentials Method
Client credentials are normally used in server-to-server authentication. With this grant type, a client is requesting authorization in its own behalf, so there are only two parties involved. At a minimum, a
client_secret are required, although many services require a
scope and other parameters.
Here's an example of the client credentials method:
use kamermans\GuzzleOAuth2\GrantType\ClientCredentials; use kamermans\GuzzleOAuth2\OAuth2Subscriber; // Authorization client - this is used to request OAuth access tokens $reauth_client = new GuzzleHttp\Client([ // URL for access_token request 'base_url' => 'http://some_host/access_token_request_url', ]); $reauth_config = [ "client_id" => "your client id", "client_secret" => "your client secret", "scope" => "your scope(s)", // optional "state" => time(), // optional ]; $grant_type = new ClientCredentials($reauth_client, $reauth_config); $oauth = new OAuth2Subscriber($grant_type); // This is the normal Guzzle client that you use in your application $client = new GuzzleHttp\Client(); $client->getEmitter()->attach($oauth); $response = $client->get('http://somehost/some_secure_url'); echo "Status: ".$response->getStatusCode()."\n";