ollieltd/instagram-bundle

Use Instaphp by sesser (Randy) as a Symfony2 service. Adapted to use Instaphp v2 as a dependency.

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dev-master 2018-07-09 20:52 UTC

README

Uses Instaphp by sesser as a Symfony2 service. Adapted to use Instaphp v2 as a dependency.

Installation

Install this bundle as usual by adding to composer.json:

"ollieltd/instagram-bundle": "dev-master"

After installing above module you need to update your composer

composer update

Register the bundle in app/AppKernel.php:

// app/AppKernel.php
public function registerBundles()
{
    return [
        // ...
        new Oh\InstagramBundle\OhInstagramBundle(),
    ];
}

Add the following to app/config/config.yml:

imports:
    - { resource: "@OhInstagramBundle/Resources/config/services.yml" }

oh_instagram:
    instaphp:
        config:
            client_id: %instagram_api_client_id%
            client_secret: %instagram_api_client_secret%
            access_token: %instagram_api_access_token% # (optional)

And add these parameters:

instagram_api_client_id: YOUR_API_ID
instagram_api_client_secret: YOUR_API_SECRET
instagram_api_access_token: YOUR_API_ACCESS_TOKEN # (optional)

Most of the Instaphp configuration keys can be set in oh_instagram.instaphp.config. See Configuring Instaphp

And if you're OK with the provided routes, add these to app/config/routing.yml:

OhInstagramBundle:
    resource: "@OhInstagramBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml"
    prefix:   /

Usage (Controller)

$query = "snoopdogg";
	
/**
 * @var InstaphpAdapter
 */
$api = $this->get('instaphp');

$userId = $api->Users->FindId($query);
$media = $api->Users->Recent($userId);

You can also test if a user is logged in:

//is a user logged in?
$loggedIn = $this->get('instaphp_token_handler')->isLoggedIn();

Usage (Twig)

You should set up your Instagram API account to callback to the OhInstagramBundle_callback route, which you can set yourself, or use the one provided which is http://yourserver.com/instaphp/callback.

For quick testing purposes you can add this to your routing:

OhInstagramBundle_check:
    path: /checkInstagram
    defaults: { _controller: OhInstagramBundle:Instagram:instagramLoginStatus }

Then navigate to /checkInstagram to try out the login button.

There's a login button included in the views. Just implement this line in your Twig template:

{{ render(controller('OhInstagramBundle:Instagram:instagramLoginStatus')) }}

Instagram Auth Token

There are 2 TokenHandlers included:

CookieToken

The Instagram auth code is stored in a cookie

services:
    instaphp_token_handler:
        class: Oh\InstagramBundle\TokenHandler\CookieToken

UserToken

The Instagram auth code is stored in the User Entity. The methods setInstagramAuthCode() and getInstagramAuthCode() must be implemented on your User. When the login call is returned from Instagram, the code is set and the user is persisted and flushed in the Handler. There is an interface which is recommended that you use on your entity: Oh\InstagramBundle\TokenHandler\UserTokenInterface

services:
    instaphp_token_handler:
        class: Oh\InstagramBundle\TokenHandler\UserToken
            arguments: ["@security.context", "@doctrine.orm.default_entity_manager"]

Both

This will look to see if the user can be retrieved from the context and if it can't it will store the auth code in a cookie.

services:
    instaphp_user_token_handler:
        class: Oh\InstagramBundle\TokenHandler\UserToken
        arguments: ["@security.context", "@doctrine.orm.default_entity_manager"]
    instaphp_cookie_token_handler:
        class: Oh\InstagramBundle\TokenHandler\CookieToken
    instaphp_token_handler:
        class: Oh\InstagramBundle\TokenHandler\TokenManager
        arguments: ["@instaphp_user_token_handler", "@instaphp_cookie_token_handler"]

You can also implement your own TokenHandlerInterface to store the auth code somewhere else, for example in the session.

Tests

@todo

Credits

  • Ollie Harridge (ollietb) as the author.
  • Randy (sesser) for writing Instaphp