A minimal implementation of Dropbox API v2
Here are a few examples on how you can use the package:
$client = new Spatie\Dropbox\Client($authorizationToken); //create a folder $client->createFolder($path); //list a folder $client->listFolder($path); //get a temporary link $client->getTemporaryLink($path);
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You can install the package via composer:
composer require spatie/dropbox-api
The first thing you need to do is get an authorization token at Dropbox. Unlike other companies Dropbox has made this very easy. You can just generate a token in the App Console for any Dropbox API app. You'll find more info at the Dropbox Developer Blog.
With an authorization token you can instantiate a
$client = new Spatie\Dropbox\Client($authorizationToken);
or alternatively you can authenticate as an App using your App Key & Secret.
$client = new Spatie\Dropbox\Client([$appKey, $appSecret]);
If you only need to access the public endpoints you can instantiate
Spatie\Dropbox\Client without any arguments.
$client = new Spatie\Dropbox\Client();
Look in the source code of
Spatie\Dropbox\Client to discover the methods you can use.
If you do not find your favorite method, you can directly use the
public function contentEndpointRequest(string $endpoint, array $arguments, $body): ResponseInterface public function rpcEndpointRequest(string $endpoint, array $parameters): array
Here's an example:
$client->rpcEndpointRequest('search', ['path' => '', 'query' => 'bat cave']);
If you need to change the subdomain of the endpoint URL used in the API request, you can prefix the endpoint path with
Here's an example:
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