themsaid/forge-sdk

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The official Laravel Forge PHP SDK.

v3.2.0 2020-09-22 15:46 UTC

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Last update: 2020-10-20 15:24:30 UTC


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Introduction

The Laravel Forge SDK provides an expressive interface for interacting with Forge's API and managing Laravel Forge servers.

Official Documentation

Installation

To install the SDK in your project you need to require the package via composer:

composer require laravel/forge-sdk

Upgrading

When upgrading to a new major version of Forge SDK, it's important that you carefully review the upgrade guide.

Basic Usage

You can create an instance of the SDK like so:

$forge = new Laravel\Forge\Forge(TOKEN_HERE);

Using the Forge instance you may perform multiple actions as well as retrieve the different resources Forge's API provides:

$servers = $forge->servers();

This will give you an array of servers that you have access to, where each server is represented by an instance of Laravel\Forge\Resources\Server, this instance has multiple public properties like $name, $id, $size, $region, and others.

You may also retrieve a single server using:

$server = $forge->server(SERVER_ID_HERE);

On multiple actions supported by this SDK you may need to pass some parameters, for example when creating a new server:

$server = $forge->createServer([
    "provider"=> ServerProviders::DIGITAL_OCEAN,
    "credential_id"=> 1,
    "name"=> "test-via-api",
    "size"=> "01",
    "database"=> "test123",
    "database_type" => InstallableServices::POSTGRES,
    "php_version"=> InstallableServices::PHP_71,
    "region"=> "ams2"
]);

These parameters will be used in the POST request sent to Forge servers, you can find more information about the parameters needed for each action on Forge's official API documentation.

Notice that this request for example will only start the server creation process, your server might need a few minutes before it completes provisioning, you'll need to check the server's $isReady property to know if it's ready or not yet.

Some SDK methods however waits for the action to complete on Forge's end, we do this by periodically contacting Forge servers and checking if our action has completed, for example:

$forge->createSite(SERVER_ID, [SITE_PARAMETERS]);

This method will ping Forge servers every 5 seconds and see if the newly created Site's status is installed and only return when it's so, in case the waiting exceeded 30 seconds a Laravel\Forge\Exceptions\TimeoutException will be thrown.

You can easily stop this behaviour be setting the $wait argument to false:

$forge->createSite(SERVER_ID, [SITE_PARAMETERS], false);

You can also set the desired timeout value:

$forge->setTimeout(120)->createSite(SERVER_ID, [SITE_PARAMETERS]);

Authenticated User

$forge->user();

Managing Servers

$forge->servers();
$forge->server($serverId);
$forge->createServer(array $data);
$forge->updateServer($serverId, array $data);
$forge->deleteServer($serverId);
$forge->rebootServer($serverId);

// Server access
$forge->revokeAccessToServer($serverId);
$forge->reconnectToServer($serverId);
$forge->reactivateToServer($serverId);

On a Server instance you may also call:

$server->update(array $data);
$server->delete();
$server->reboot();
$server->revokeAccess();
$server->reconnect();
$server->reactivate();
$server->rebootMysql();
$server->stopMysql();
$server->rebootPostgres();
$server->stopPostgres();
$server->rebootNginx();
$server->stopNginx();
$server->installBlackfire(array $data);
$server->removeBlackfire();
$server->installPapertrail(array $data);
$server->removePapertrail();
$server->enableOPCache();
$server->disableOPCache();
$server->phpVersions();
$server->installPHP($version);
$server->updatePHP($version);

Server SSH Keys

$forge->keys($serverId);
$forge->sshKey($serverId, $keyId);
$forge->createSSHKey($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->deleteSSHKey($serverId, $keyId);

On a SSHKey instance you may also call:

$sshKey->delete();

Server Scheduled Jobs

$forge->jobs($serverId);
$forge->job($serverId, $jobId);
$forge->createJob($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->deleteJob($serverId, $jobId);

On a Job instance you may also call:

$job->delete();

Server Events

$forge->events();
$forge->events($serverId);

Managing Services

// MySQL
$forge->rebootMysql($serverId);
$forge->stopMysql($serverId);

// Postgres
$forge->rebootPostgres($serverId);
$forge->stopPostgres($serverId);

// Nginx
$forge->rebootNginx($serverId);
$forge->stopNginx($serverId);
$forge->siteNginxFile($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->updateSiteNginxFile($serverId, $siteId, $content);

// Blackfire
$forge->installBlackfire($serverId, array $data);
$forge->removeBlackfire($serverId);

// Papertrail
$forge->installPapertrail($serverId, array $data);
$forge->removePapertrail($serverId);

// OPCache
$forge->enableOPCache($serverId);
$forge->disableOPCache($serverId);

Server Daemons

$forge->daemons($serverId);
$forge->daemon($serverId, $daemonId);
$forge->createDaemon($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->restartDaemon($serverId, $daemonId, $wait = true);
$forge->deleteDaemon($serverId, $daemonId);

On a Daemon instance you may also call:

$daemon->restart($wait = true);
$daemon->delete();

Server Firewall Rules

$forge->firewallRules($serverId);
$forge->firewallRule($serverId, $ruleId);
$forge->createFirewallRule($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->deleteFirewallRule($serverId, $ruleId);

On a FirewallRule instance you may also call:

$rule->delete();

Managing Sites

$forge->sites($serverId);
$forge->site($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->createSite($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->updateSite($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->refreshSiteToken($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->deleteSite($serverId, $siteId);

// Add Site Aliases
$forge->addSiteAliases($serverId, $siteId, array $aliases);

// Environment File
$forge->siteEnvironmentFile($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->updateSiteEnvironmentFile($serverId, $siteId, $content);

// Site Repositories and Deployments
$forge->installGitRepositoryOnSite($serverId, $siteId, array $data, $wait = false);
$forge->updateSiteGitRepository($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->destroySiteGitRepository($serverId, $siteId, $wait = false);
$forge->siteDeploymentScript($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->updateSiteDeploymentScript($serverId, $siteId, $content);
$forge->enableQuickDeploy($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->disableQuickDeploy($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->deploySite($serverId, $siteId, $wait = false);
$forge->resetDeploymentState($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->siteDeploymentLog($serverId, $siteId);

// Notifications
$forge->enableHipchatNotifications($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->disableHipchatNotifications($serverId, $siteId);

// Installing Wordpress
$forge->installWordPress($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->removeWordPress($serverId, $siteId);

// Installing phpMyAdmin
$forge->installPhpMyAdmin($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->removePhpMyAdmin($serverId, $siteId);

// Updating Node balancing Configuration
$forge->updateNodeBalancingConfiguration($serverId, $siteId, array $data);

On a Site instance you may also call:

$site->refreshToken();
$site->delete();
$site->installGitRepository(array $data, $wait = false);
$site->updateGitRepository(array $data);
$site->destroyGitRepository($wait = false);
$site->getDeploymentScript();
$site->updateDeploymentScript($content);
$site->enableQuickDeploy();
$site->disableQuickDeploy();
$site->deploySite($wait = false);
$site->resetDeploymentState();
$site->siteDeploymentLog();
$site->enableHipchatNotifications(array $data);
$site->disableHipchatNotifications();
$site->installWordPress($data);
$site->removeWordPress();
$site->installPhpMyAdmin($data);
$site->removePhpMyAdmin();

Site Workers

$forge->workers($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->worker($serverId, $siteId, $workerId);
$forge->createWorker($serverId, $siteId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->deleteWorker($serverId, $siteId, $workerId);
$forge->restartWorker($serverId, $siteId, $workerId, $wait = true);

On a Worker instance you may also call:

$worker->delete();
$worker->restart($wait = true);

Security Rules

$forge->securityRules($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->securityRule($serverId, $siteId, $ruleId);
$forge->createSecurityRule($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->deleteSecurityRule($serverId, $siteId, $ruleId);

On a SecurityRule instance you may also call:

$securityRule->delete();

Site Webhooks

$forge->webhooks($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->webhook($serverId, $siteId, $webhookId);
$forge->createWebhook($serverId, $siteId, array $data);
$forge->deleteWebhook($serverId, $siteId, $webhookId);

On a Webhook instance you may also call:

$webhook->delete();

Site SSL Certificates

$forge->certificates($serverId, $siteId);
$forge->certificate($serverId, $siteId, $certificateId);
$forge->createCertificate($serverId, $siteId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->deleteCertificate($serverId, $siteId, $certificateId);
$forge->getCertificateSigningRequest($serverId, $siteId, $certificateId);
$forge->installCertificate($serverId, $siteId, $certificateId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->activateCertificate($serverId, $siteId, $certificateId, $wait = true);
$forge->obtainLetsEncryptCertificate($serverId, $siteId, $data, $wait = true);

On a Certificate instance you may also call:

$certificate->delete();
$certificate->getSigningRequest();
$certificate->install($wait = true);
$certificate->activate($wait = true);

Managing Databases

$forge->databases($serverId);
$forge->database($serverId, $databaseId);
$forge->createDatabase($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->updateDatabase($serverId, $databaseId, array $data);
$forge->deleteDatabase($serverId, $databaseId);

// Users
$forge->databaseUsers($serverId);
$forge->databaseUser($serverId, $userId);
$forge->createDatabaseUser($serverId, array $data, $wait = true);
$forge->updateDatabaseUser($serverId, $userId, array $data);
$forge->deleteDatabaseUser($serverId, $userId);

On a Database instance you may also call:

$database->update(array $data);
$database->delete();

On a DatabaseUser instance you may also call:

$databaseUser->update(array $data);
$databaseUser->delete();

Managing Recipes

$forge->recipes();
$forge->recipe($recipeId);
$forge->createRecipe(array $data);
$forge->updateRecipe($recipeId, array $data);
$forge->deleteRecipe($recipeId);
$forge->runRecipe($recipeId, array $data);

On a Recipe instance you may also call:

$recipe->update(array $data);
$recipe->delete();
$recipe->run(array $data);

Managing Backups

$forge->backupConfigurations($serverId);
$forge->createBackupConfiguration($serverId, array $data);
$forge->backupConfiguration($serverId, $backupConfigurationId);
$forge->deleteBackupConfiguration($serverId, $backupConfigurationId);
$forge->restoreBackup($serverId, $backupConfigurationId, $backupId);
$forge->deleteBackup($serverId, $backupConfigurationId, $backupId);

On a BackupConfiguration instance you may also call:

$extendedConfig = $backupConfig->get(); // Load the databases also
$backupConfig->delete();
$backupConfig->restoreBackup($backupId);
$backupConfig->deleteBackup($backupId);

On a Backup instance you may also call:

$backupConfig->delete();
$backupConfig->restore();

Contributing

Thank you for considering contributing to Forge SDK! You can read the contribution guide here.

Code of Conduct

In order to ensure that the Laravel community is welcoming to all, please review and abide by the Code of Conduct.

Security Vulnerabilities

Please review our security policy on how to report security vulnerabilities.

License

Laravel Forge SDK is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.