stuartapp/stuart-client-php

Stuart PHP client library

3.6.12 2022-06-08 19:29 UTC

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Stuart PHP Client

For a complete documentation of all endpoints offered by the Stuart API, you can visit Stuart API documentation.

Changelog

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Running the demo

cd demo
docker build -t stuartphpdemo .
export PATH_TO_PROJECT="/PUT/HERE/YOUR/PATH/TO/PROJECT/stuart-client-php"
docker run -v $PATH_TO_PROJECT/src:/app/vendor/stuartapp/stuart-client-php/src stuartphpdemo

Install

Via Composer:

$ composer require stuartapp/stuart-client-php

Usage

  1. Initialize Client
  2. Create a Job
    1. Minimalist
    2. Complete
      1. With scheduling at pickup
      2. With scheduling at drop off
      3. With stacking (multi-drop)
  3. Get a Job
  4. Cancel a Job
  5. Validate a Job
  6. Cancel a delivery
  7. Get a pricing
  8. Get a job eta to pickup
  9. Custom requests

Import the library

If composer is not installed, install it:

$ curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php -- --install-dir=/usr/local/bin --filename=composer

Add the library to your project:

$ composer require stuartapp/stuart-client-php

Autoloading

In order to load all the classes from this library, just execute the autoload at the beginning of the Stuart code

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

$environment = \Stuart\Infrastructure\Environment::SANDBOX;

Get credentials

For Sandbox (testing environment, couriers are bots) https://dashboard.sandbox.stuart.com/settings/api

For Production (real world, real couriers) https://dashboard.stuart.com/settings/api

Initialize client

$environment = \Stuart\Infrastructure\Environment::SANDBOX;
$api_client_id = '65176d7a1f4e734f6723hd690825f166f8dadf69fb40af52fffdeac4593e4bc'; // can be found here: https://admin.sandbox.stuart.com/client/api
$api_client_secret = '681ae68635c7aadef5cd1jdng8ef357a808cd9dc794811296446f19268d48fcd'; // can be found here: https://admin.sandbox.stuart.com/client/api
$authenticator = new \Stuart\Infrastructure\Authenticator($environment, $api_client_id, $api_client_secret);

$httpClient = new \Stuart\Infrastructure\HttpClient($authenticator)

$client = new \Stuart\Client($httpClient);

You can also pass your own Guzzle client instance to the \Stuart\HttpClient constructor:

$guzzleClient = new \Guzzle\Client();
$httpClient = new \Stuart\Infrastructure\HttpClient($authenticator, $guzzleClient);

This can be useful if you need to attach middlewares to the Guzzle client.

Caching

It's highly recommended adding a caching mechanism for the authentication process. To do so, simply extend the Psr\SimpleCache\CacheInterface class and implement your own version.

There's a cache based on disk available out of the box for you to use. To use it, simply modify the Authentication class initialization and pass the cache implementation in the constructor:

$diskCache = new \Stuart\Cache\DiskCache("stuart_cache.txt");
$authenticator = new \Stuart\Infrastructure\Authenticator($environment, $api_client_id, $api_client_secret, $diskCache);
Debugging token cache issues

You can initialize the DiskCache, Authenticator and HttpClient classes by passing a true value to the last constructor parameter of these classes.

Create a Job

Important: Even if you can create a Job with a minimal set of parameters, we highly recommend that you fill as many information as you can in order to ensure the delivery process goes well.

Minimalist

Package size based
$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$client->createJob($job);
Transport type based (France only)
$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->setTransportType('bike');

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris');

$client->createJob($job);

Complete

Package size based
$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris')
    ->setComment('Wait outside for an employee to come.')
    ->setContactCompany('KFC Paris Barbès')
    ->setContactFirstName('Martin')
    ->setContactLastName('Pont')
    ->setContactPhone('+33698348756');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small')
    ->setComment('code: 3492B. 3e étage droite. Sonner à Durand.')
    ->setContactCompany('Durand associates.')
    ->setContactFirstName('Alex')
    ->setContactLastName('Durand')
    ->setContactPhone('+33634981209')
    ->setPackageDescription('Pizza box.')
    ->setClientReference('12345678ABCDE'); // Must be unique

$client->createJob($job);
Transport type based (France only)
$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->setTransportType('bike');

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris')
    ->setComment('Wait outside for an employee to come.')
    ->setContactCompany('KFC Paris Barbès')
    ->setContactFirstName('Martin')
    ->setContactLastName('Pont')
    ->setContactPhone('+33698348756');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setComment('code: 3492B. 3e étage droite. Sonner à Durand.')
    ->setContactCompany('Durand associates.')
    ->setContactFirstName('Alex')
    ->setContactLastName('Durand')
    ->setContactPhone('+33634981209')
    ->setPackageDescription('Pizza box.')
    ->setClientReference('12345678ABCDE'); // Must be unique

$client->createJob($job);

With scheduling at pickup

For more information about job scheduling you should check our API documentation.

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$pickupAt = new \DateTime('now', new DateTimeZone('Europe/Paris'));
$pickupAt->add(new \DateInterval('PT2H'));

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris')
    ->setPickupAt($pickupAt);

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$client->createJob($job);

With scheduling at dropoff

For more information about job scheduling you should check our API documentation.

Please note that this feature can only be used with only one dropoff.

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$dropoffAt = new \DateTime('now', new DateTimeZone('Europe/Paris'));
$dropoffAt->add(new \DateInterval('PT2H'));

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small')
    ->setDropoffAt($dropoffAt);

$client->createJob($job);

With fleet targeting

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$job->setFleets(array(1));

$client->createJob($job);

With end customer time window information (used for metrics purposes only)

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$now = new DateTime();
$later = new DateTime();
$later = $later->modify('+15 minutes');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small')
    ->setEndCustomerTimeWindowStart(new DateTime())
    ->setEndCustomerTimeWindowEnd($later);

$client->createJob($job);

With stacking (multi-drop)

Package size based
$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris')
    ->setComment('Wait outside for an employee to come.')
    ->setContactCompany('KFC Paris Barbès')
    ->setContactFirstName('Martin')
    ->setContactLastName('Pont')
    ->setContactPhone('+33698348756');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small')
    ->setComment('code: 3492B. 3e étage droite. Sonner à Durand.')
    ->setContactCompany('Durand associates.')
    ->setContactFirstName('Alex')
    ->setContactLastName('Durand')
    ->setContactPhone('+33634981209')
    ->setPackageDescription('Red packet.')
    ->setClientReference('12345678ABCDE'); // Must be unique;

$job->addDropOff('12 avenue claude vellefaux, 75010 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small')
    ->setComment('code: 92A42. 2e étage gauche')
    ->setContactFirstName('Maximilien')
    ->setContactLastName('Lebluc')
    ->setContactPhone('+33632341209')
    ->setPackageDescription('Blue packet.')
    ->setClientReference('ABCDE213124'); // Must be unique

$client->createJob($job);
Transport type based (France only)
$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->setTransportType('bike');

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris')
    ->setComment('Wait outside for an employee to come.')
    ->setContactCompany('KFC Paris Barbès')
    ->setContactFirstName('Martin')
    ->setContactLastName('Pont')
    ->setContactPhone('+33698348756');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setComment('code: 3492B. 3e étage droite. Sonner à Durand.')
    ->setContactCompany('Durand associates.')
    ->setContactFirstName('Alex')
    ->setContactLastName('Durand')
    ->setContactPhone('+33634981209')
    ->setPackageDescription('Red packet.')
    ->setClientReference('12345678ABCDE'); // Must be unique;

$job->addDropOff('12 avenue claude vellefaux, 75010 Paris')
    ->setComment('code: 92A42. 2e étage gauche')
    ->setContactFirstName('Maximilien')
    ->setContactLastName('Lebluc')
    ->setContactPhone('+33632341209')
    ->setPackageDescription('Blue packet.')
    ->setClientReference('ABCDE213124'); // Must be unique

$client->createJob($job);

Get a Job

Once you successfully created a Job you can retrieve it this way:

$jobId = 126532;
$job = $client->getJob($jobId);

Or when you create a new Job:

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$jobWithRoute = $client->createJob($job);

$jobWithRoute->getDeliveries();

The Stuart API determine the optimal route on your behalf, that's why the getDeliveries() method will return an empty array when the Job has not been created yet. The getDeliveries() method will return an array of Delivery as soon as the Job is created.

Cancel a job

Once you successfully created a Job you can cancel it in this way:

$jobId = 126532;
$result = $client->cancelJob($jobId);

The result will hold the boolean value true if the job was cancelled. If there was an error, it will contain an error object.

For more details about how cancellation works, please refer to our dedicated documentation section.

Validate a Job

Before creating a Job you can validate it (control delivery area & address format). Validating a Job is optional and does not prevent you from creating a Job.

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$result = $client->validateJob($job);

The result will hold the boolean value true if the job is valid. If there was an error, it will contain an error object.

Validate an address

We encourage to validate an address to find out if we can pickup / deliver there. Phone number is optional only for those places that the address is specific enough.

$client->validatePickupAddress('Pau Claris, 08037 Barcelona', '+34677777777');
$client->validatePickupAddress('Pau Claris 186, 08037 Barcelona');
$client->validateDropoffAddress('Pau Claris, 08037 Barcelona', '+34677777777');

Cancel a delivery

Once you successfully created a Delivery you can cancel it in this way:

$deliveryId = 126532;
$result = $client->cancelDelivery($deliveryId);

Get a pricing

Before creating a Job you can ask for a pricing. Asking for a pricing is optional and does not prevent you from creating a Job.

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$pricing = $client->getPricing($job);

$pricing->amount; // example: 11.5
$pricing->currency; // example: "EUR"

Get a job ETA to pickup

Before creating a Job you can ask for an estimated time of arrival at the pickup location (expressed in seconds). Asking for ETA is optional and does not prevent you from creating a job.

$job = new \Stuart\Job();

$job->addPickup('46 Boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris');

$job->addDropOff('156 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris')
    ->setPackageType('small');

$eta = $client->getEta($job);

$eta->eta; // example: 672

Custom requests

You can also send requests on your own without relying on the \Stuart\Client. It allows you to use endpoints that are not yet available on the \Stuart\Client and enjoy the \Stuart\Authenticator.

$apiResponse = $httpClient->performGet('/v2/jobs?page=1');
$apiResponse->success();
$apiResponse->getBody();