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Class: pH7Client
Send HTTP requests and decode the responses
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pH7Client - Make your Tasks on Autopilot by Automating them!

pH7Client is a wonderful tool if you need to automate tasks (like posting articles every day to your blog, add message in a member area, etc) and save lot of times everyday! :smiley: Yes! The pH7Client bot can do almost everything (you just need to create some rules and need to know the input name of the website's forms). In fact, it's a PHP Web client class that simulates a Web browser for retrieving webpage content, login to websites and posting forms, ...

Finally, you have created rules that you want to automate by pH7Client, you need to setup a cron for executing the script every X time on a server (Type `crontab -e` on your server Linux terminal, then add the desired cron jobs and save it). Once finished, go to the beach, order a mojito and enjoy your REAL free time that you really deserved!

Composer Installation

You can add it easily in your project by using Composer.

composer require ph-7/ph7client

Then, include Composer's autoload

require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';

Manual Installation (the old-fashioned way)

If you don't use Composer, you can install it without Composer by simply including the class

require 'PH7Client.php';


use PH7\External\Http\Client\PH7Client;

$sUrl = '';
$sRequest1 = 'user/login/';
$sRequest2 = 'user/message_box/myuser920';
$sUser = '';
$sPass = 'testpass123';
$sBody = "Hey! What's up today? Psst! I'm a bot but I may understand you...";

$oWebClient = new PH7Client($sUrl);

/Log a user/
$aLogin = [
    'identity' => $sUser,
    'password' => $sPass,
    'remember' => 'on',
    'submit' => 'Login'

// Login the user
$oWebClient->post($sRequest1, $aLogin);
// Submit the form

/Send a message/
$aMsg = ['message' => $sBody];

// Send the message
$oWebClient->post($sRequest2, ['message' => $sBody])->setHeader(false)->send();

echo $oWebClient->getResponse(); // Will show the successful message telling you that your msg has been send


  • PHP 5.4.0 or higher
  • cURL PHP library


I'm Pierre-Henry Soria, young PHP software developer living currently in the Wonderful Manchester city, in the UK.


You can send an email at pierrehenrysoria [AT] gmail {D0T} COM or at phy {AT} hizup [D0T] UK

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