mockery 1.1.0 — Mockery is a simple yet flexible PHP mock object framework for use in unit testing with PHPUnit, PHPSpec or any other testing framework. Its core goal is to offer a test double framework with a succinct API capable of clearly defining all possible object operations and interactions using a human readable Domain Specific Language (DSL).Similar Testing unit testing
php-oauth-api — This class serves two main purposes: 1) Implement the OAuth protocol to retrieve a token from a server to authorize the access to an API on behalf of the current user. 2) Perform calls to a Web services API using a token previously obtained using this class or a token provided some other way by the Web services provider. Usage Regardless of your purposes, you always need to start calling the class Initialize function after initializing setup variables. After you are done with the class, always call the Finalize function at the end. This class supports either OAuth protocol versions 1.0, 1.0a and 2.0. It abstracts the differences between these protocol versions, so the class usage is the same independently of the OAuth version of the server. The class also provides built-in support to several popular OAuth servers, so you do not have to manually configure all the details to access those servers. Just set the server variable to configure the class to access one of the built-in supported servers. If you need to access one type of server that is not yet directly supported by the class, you need to configure it explicitly setting the variables: oauth_version, url_parameters, authorization_header, request_token_url, dialog_url, offline_dialog_url, append_state_to_redirect_uri and access_token_url. Before proceeding to the actual OAuth authorization process, you need to have registered your application with the OAuth server. The registration provides you values to set the variables client_id and client_secret. Some servers also provide an additional value to set the api_key variable. You also need to set the variables redirect_uri and scope before calling the Process function to make the class perform the necessary interactions with the OAuth server. The OAuth protocol involves multiple steps that include redirection to the OAuth server. There it asks permission to the current user to grant your application access to APIs on his/her behalf. When there is a redirection, the class will set the exit variable to 1. Then your script should exit immediately without outputting anything. When the OAuth access token is successfully obtained, the following variables are set by the class with the obtained values: access_token, access_token_secret, access_token_expiry, access_token_type. You may want to store these values to use them later when calling the server APIs. If there was a problem during OAuth authorization process, check the variable authorization_error to determine the reason. Once you get the access token, you can call the server APIs using the CallAPI function. Check the access_token_error variable to determine if there was an error when trying to to call the API. If for some reason the user has revoked the access to your application, you need to ask the user to authorize your application again. First you may need to call the function ResetAccessToken to reset the value of the access token that may be cached in session variables.Similar
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