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HTTP Client - Static Usage

Overview

The Zend\Http component also provides Zend\Http\ClientStatic, a static HTTP client which exposes a simplified API for quickly performing GET and POST operations:

Quick Start

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use Zend\Http\ClientStatic;

// Simple GET request
$response = ClientStatic::get('http://example.org');

// More complex GET request, specifying query string 'foo=bar' and adding a
// custom header to request JSON data be returned (Accept: application/json)
$response = ClientStatic::get(
    'http://example.org',
    array('foo' => 'bar'),
    array('Accept' => 'application/json')
);

// We can also do a POST request using the same format.  Here we POST
// login credentials (username/password) to a login page:
$response = ClientStatic::post('https://example.org/login.php', array(
    'username' => 'foo',
    'password' => 'bar',
));

Available Methods

get

get(string $url, array $query = array(), array $headers = array(), mixed $body = null, $clientOptions = null)

Perform an HTTP GET request using the provided URL, query string variables, headers and request body. The fifth parameter can be used to pass configuration options to the HTTP Client instance.

Returns Zend\Http\Response

post

post(string $url, array $params, array $headers = array(), mixed $body = null, $clientOptions = null)

Perform an HTTP POST request using the provided URL, parameters, headers and request body. The fifth parameter can be used to pass configuration options to the HTTP Client instance.

Returns Zend\Http\Response

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