pecee/instagram-sdk

An easy-to-use PHP Class for accessing Instagram's API.

3.3.1 2016-01-15 20:25 UTC

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Last update: 2021-03-25 04:44:36 UTC


README

#Image Instagram PHP API v3.3.0

A PHP wrapper for the Instagram API.
Feedback or bug reports are appreciated.

Now supports Instagram video responses.

Requirements

  • Registered Instagram App
  • PHP 5.3 or higher
  • cURL

Get started

To use the Instagram API with OAuth you have to register yourself as developer at the Instagram Developer Platform and set up an App. Take a look at the uri guidlines before registering a redirect URI.

Please note that Instagram mainly refers to »Clients« instead of »Apps«. So »Client ID« and »Client Secret« are the same as »App Key« and »App Secret«.

A good place to get started is the example App.

Initialize the class

Pure PHP

<?php
    require '../vendor/autoload.php';

	$instagram = new Andreyco\Instagram\Client(array(
      'apiKey'      => 'YOUR_APP_KEY',
      'apiSecret'   => 'YOUR_APP_SECRET',
      'apiCallback' => 'YOUR_APP_CALLBACK',
      'scope'       => array('basic'),
    ));

    echo "<a href='{$instagram->getLoginUrl()}'>Login with Instagram</a>";
?>

Laravel

This package offers Laravel support out of the box. These steps are required to setup the package.

Configure application

// publish configration file
php artisan config:publish andreyco/instagram --path vendor/andreyco/instagram/src/Support/Laravel/config

// Edit app/config/packages/andreyco/instagram/config/config.php
array (
	'clientId'     => 'APPLICATION_ID',
	'clientSecret' => 'APPLICATION_SECRET',
	'redirectUri'  => 'AUTH_REDIRECT',
  'scope'        => array('basic'),
)

Add Service provider and register Facade

'providers' => array(
    'Andreyco\Instagram\Support\Laravel\ServiceProvider\Instagram',
),

'aliases' => array(
    'Instagram' => 'Andreyco\Instagram\Support\Laravel\Facade\Instagram',
),
echo "<a href='" . Instagram::getLoginUrl() . "'>Login with Instagram</a>";

Authenticate user (OAuth2)

<?php
    // Grab OAuth callback code
    $code = $_GET['code'];
    $data = $instagram->getOAuthToken($code);

    echo 'Your username is: ' . $data->user->username;
?>

Get user likes

<?php
    // Set user access token
    $instagram->setAccessToken($data);

    // Get all user likes
    $likes = $instagram->getUserLikes();

    // Take a look at the API response
    echo '<pre>';
    print_r($likes);
    echo '<pre>';
?>

All methods return the API data json_decode() - so you can directly access the data.

Available methods

Setup Instagram

new Instagram(<array>/<string>);

array if you want to authenticate a user and access its data:

new Instagram(array(
  'apiKey'      => 'YOUR_APP_KEY',
  'apiSecret'   => 'YOUR_APP_SECRET',
  'apiCallback' => 'YOUR_APP_CALLBACK'
));

string if you only want to access public data:

new Instagram('YOUR_APP_KEY');

Get login URL

getLoginUrl(<array>,<string>)

getLoginUrl(array(
  'basic',
  'likes'
), 'uMFYKG5u6v');

Optional scope parameters: To find out more about Scopes, please visit https://www.instagram.com/developer/authorization/

Get OAuth token

getOAuthToken($code, <true>/<false>)

true : Return only the OAuth token
false [default] : Returns OAuth token and profile data of the authenticated user

Set / Get access token

Set access token, for further method calls:
setAccessToken($token)

Return access token, if you want to store it for later usage:
getAccessToken()

User methods

Public methods

  • getUser($id)
  • searchUser($name, <$limit>)
  • getUserMedia($id, <$limit>)

Authenticated methods

  • getUser()
  • getUserLikes(<$limit>)
  • getUserFeed(<$limit>)
  • getUserMedia(<$id>, <$limit>)
    • if an $id isn't defined, or equals to self it returns the media of the logged in user

Sample responses of the User Endpoints.

Relationship methods

Authenticated methods

  • getUserFollows($id, <$limit>)
  • getUserFollower($id, <$limit>)
  • getUserRelationship($id)
  • modifyRelationship($action, $user)
    • $action : Action command (follow / unfollow / block / unblock / approve / deny)
    • $user : Target user id
<?php
    // Follow the user with the ID 1574083
    $instagram->modifyRelationship('follow', 1574083);
?>

Please note that the modifyRelationship() method requires the relationships scope.

Sample responses of the Relationship Endpoints.

Media methods

Public methods

  • getMedia($id)
  • getPopularMedia()
  • searchMedia($lat, $lng, <$distance>, <$minTimestamp>, <$maxTimestamp>)
    • $lat and $lng are coordinates and have to be floats like: 48.145441892290336,11.568603515625
    • $distance Radial distance in meter (default is 1km = 1000, max. is 5km = 5000)
    • $minTimestamp All media returned will be taken later than this timestamp (default: 5 days ago)
    • $maxTimestamp All media returned will be taken earlier than this timestamp (default: now)

Sample responses of the Media Endpoints.

Comment methods

Public methods

  • getMediaComments($id)

Authenticated methods

  • addMediaComment($id, $text)
    • restricted access: please email apidevelopers[at]instagram.com for access
  • deleteMediaComment($id, $commentID)
    • the comment must be authored by the authenticated user

Please note that the authenticated methods require the comments scope.

Sample responses of the Comment Endpoints.

Tag methods

Public methods

  • getTag($name)
  • getTagMedia($name)
  • searchTags($name)

Sample responses of the Tag Endpoints.

Likes methods

Authenticated methods

  • getMediaLikes($id)
  • likeMedia($id)
  • deleteLikedMedia($id)

How to like a Media: Example usage
Sample responses of the Likes Endpoints.

All <...> parameters are optional. If the limit is undefined, all available results will be returned.

Instagram videos

Instagram entries are marked with a type attribute (image or video), that allows you to identify videos.

An example of how to embed Instagram videos by using Video.js, can be found in the /example folder.

Please note: Instagram currently doesn't allow to filter videos.

Pagination

Each endpoint has a maximum range of results, so increasing the limit parameter above the limit won't help (e.g. getUserMedia() has a limit of 90).

That's the point where the "pagination" feature comes into play.
Simply pass an object into the pagination() method and receive your next dataset:

<?php
    $photos = $instagram->getTagMedia('kitten');

    $result = $instagram->pagination($photos);
?>

Iteration with do-while loop.

Samples for redirect URLs

Registered Redirect URI Redirect URI sent to /authorize Valid?
http://yourcallback.com/ http://yourcallback.com/ yes
http://yourcallback.com/ http://yourcallback.com/?this=that yes
http://yourcallback.com/?this=that http://yourcallback.com/ no
http://yourcallback.com/?this=that http://yourcallback.com/?this=that&another=true yes
http://yourcallback.com/?this=that http://yourcallback.com/?another=true&this=that no
http://yourcallback.com/callback http://yourcallback.com/ no
http://yourcallback.com/callback http://yourcallback.com/callback/?type=mobile yes

If you need further information about an endpoint, take a look at the Instagram API docs.

Example App

Image

This example project, located in the example/ folder, helps you to get started.
The code is well documented and takes you through all required steps of the OAuth2 process.
Credit for the awesome Instagram icons goes to Ricardo de Zoete Pro.

More examples and tutorials:

Let me know if you have to share a code example, too.

History

Instagram 3.2.0 - 09/07/2014

  • feature Add option to set permission scope application-wide thru Client constructor.
  • feature You may provide an optional state parameter to getLoginUrl method to protect against CSRF.
  • feature Throw specific Exception instead of generic Exception (usefull for handling multiple error cases).

Instagram 3.1.0 - 09/07/2014

  • feature Laravel support out of the box (but still framework agnostic).

Instagram 3.0.0 - 08/07/2014

  • feature PSR-4 autoloading, publish Composer package

Instagram 2.1 - 30/01/2014

  • update added min and max_timestamp to searchMedia()
  • update public authentication for getUserMedia() method
  • fix support for inconsistent pagination return type (relationship endpoint)

Instagram 2.0 - 24/12/2013

  • release version 2.0

Instagram 2.0 beta - 20/11/2013

  • feature Added Locations endpoint
  • update Updated example project to display Instagram videos

Instagram 2.0 alpha 4 - 01/11/2013

  • feature Comment endpoint implemented
  • feature New example with a fancy GUI
  • update Improved documentation

Instagram 2.0 alpha 3 - 04/09/2013

  • merge Merged master branch updates
    • update Updated documentation
    • bug / change cURL CURLOPT_SSL_VERIFYPEER disabled (fixes #6, #7, #8, #16)
    • feature Added cURL error message
    • feature Added limit to getTagMedia() method

Instagram 2.0 alpha 2 - 14/06/2013

  • feature Improved Pagination functionality
  • change Added distance parameter to searchMedia() method (thanks @jonathanwkelly)

Instagram 2.0 alpha 1 - 28/05/2012

  • feature Added Pagination method
  • feature Added User Relationship endpoints
  • feature Added scope parameter table for the getLoginUrl() method

Instagram 1.5 - 31/01/2012

  • release Second master version
  • feature Added Tag endpoints
  • change Edited the "Get started" example
  • change Now you can pass the getOAuthToken() object directly into setAccessToken()

Instagram 1.0 - 20/11/2011

  • release First public release
  • feature Added sample App with documented code
  • update New detailed documentation

Instagram 0.8 - 16/11/2011

  • release First inital released version
  • feature Initialize the class with a config array or string (see example)

Instagram 0.5 - 12/11/2011

  • release Beta version
  • update Small documentation

Credits

Copyright (c) 2014 - Andrej Badin Released under the BSD License.

Instagram-PHP-API contains code taken from Christian Metz's Instagram-PHP-API, also licensed under BSD License.