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The Binpress API provides access to Binpress components data. This data can be used to create interesting applications and plug-ins, such as:
Place the contents of the /library folder where you keep your library files. It includes the Zend_Json classes to allow JSON object decoding/encoding when using PHP version below 5.2 (which introduced the
If you already use the Zend Framework, you can remove the /Zend folder and just put BinpressAPI.php class in your library folder.
Usage is simple and every use-case is shown in the examples. Include the class, instance a BinpressAPI object and call the API method you want to use.
Example fetching component listing:
<?php require_once('/library/BinpressAPI.php'); $api = new BinpressAPI(); $components = $api -> getList(array( 'language' => 'php', 'limit' => 5, 'page' => 2 ));
For authenticated requests (publisher data), you need to put your API secret and key in the appropriately named class members
$_key. You can find API access credentials in your publisher account.
For more information on the various parameters each API method uses, visit the API reference.
Great component using a framework like Zend which is so widely used by many people. Already used it in one project and planning to use it on another one too.