flowpack/googleapiclient

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composer require flowpack/googleapiclient

Google Api Client provider for Neos Flow

1.2.0

Google Api Client provider for Neos Flow

Version
1.2.0
Type
neos-package
Release Date
10.12.2020 11:57:57
Source
git
Distribution
zip
Requires
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None
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Conflicts
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GPL-3.0-or-later c1b4a23747ef208d1ce5660f80de115cb1a219fa

flowpack-googleapiclient

A package that provides Neos Flow & CMS packages with authentication and helpers for the Google API Client.

Installation

Add the dependency to your site package like this:

composer require --no-update flowpack/googleapiclient

And then run composer update in your project's root folder.

Configuration

Authentication

First retrieve your auth.json file from Google.

To allow the API client to authenticate, you either have to store the credentials via the following command:

./flow googleapi:storecredentials auth.json

Or set the environment variable GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS to the path where you store your auth.json.

Application name

Set your application name in your Settings.yaml like this:

Flowpack:
  GoogleApiClient:
    applicationName: 'My app' 

Usage

Add an Objects.yaml to your package's Configuration folder with the following content and adapt to your service name:

Vendor\Package\Service\MyGoogleService:
  arguments:
    1:
      object:
        factoryObjectName: Flowpack\GoogleApiClient\Service\ClientFactory
        factoryMethodName: create

Then have your MyGoogleService class look like this:

<?php
namespace Vendor\Package\Service;

use Google_Client;
use Neos\Flow\Annotations as Flow;

/**
 * My Google API service
 *
 * @Flow\Scope("singleton")
 */
class MyGoogleService extends \Google_Service_Webmasters
{
    /**
     * @inheritdoc
     */
    public function __construct(Google_Client $client)
    {
        parent::__construct($client);

        $client->addScope(\Google_Service_Webmasters::WEBMASTERS);
    }
}

In this example it would use the API for the Google Webmasters endpoints.

You can adjust this to the API you need by changing the inheritance and setting the correct scope in the constructor.

Finally implement the methods for accessing the API and inject the service wherever you need it.

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