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  1. Yes but I thought the headers `X-Shopify-Topic` etc would be included in the response. but it's not? `file_get_contents("php://input")` returns the raw data, which is good, but no way of checking the headers on this? Sorry I'm just a bit confused.
  2. I used `php://input' to test with and it's returning the data from the Shopify hook of the product updated etc. $test = json_decode(file_get_contents("php://input"), true); Is there any way to do this using the PW API and if not is it possible to get the headers so I know what X-Shopify-Topic is being requested?
  3. @elabx 4 years ago you posted this and it's still tripping me up! I now have a Shopify webhook firing to /api/ in my PW app when a product is updated. I have verified that PW is getting the response with the following... $log->save('shopifyApi', 'Webhook triggered from Shopify'); Great! The request is a POST request so I'm assuming I use `$input->post()` but I am unsure how to check the headers to see what the X-Shopify-Topic is and also to grab the data? Attached below is the webhook response tested on request catcher...
  4. This does work! I'm sorry for the clearly amateur question! Thanks!
  5. I've added a page hook method (addHookMethod) in ready.php and I am calling it on a page. Simple enough. See below for the current code. I now need to pass parameters into the hook but can't figure out how this is possible? So with the current usage here: $product = $page->shopifyGetProductById(); I'd like to pass some parameters into the hook to then use within the hook function itself: $product = $page->shopifyGetProductById($data); wire()->addHookMethod('Page::shopifyGetProductById', function($event) { $page = $event->object; $gid = "gid://shopify/Product/{$page->shopifyProductId}"; $query = <<<GQL query { product(id: "$gid") { title } } GQL; $result = wire('cache')->get("shopifyGetProductById{$page->shopifyProductId}"); if (!$result) { $result = shopifyGQL($query); wire('cache')->save("shopifyGetProductById{$page->shopifyProductId}", $result, "template=shopifyProduct, shopifyProductId={$page->shopifyProductId}"); } $event->return = $result; });
  6. I tend to use $cache to cache JSON in the database, which is great, but I need to return HTML markup from a JS fetch and I'm unsure how to use PW to return cached HTML. Below is how I do it for JSON but could anyone lend a hand for HTML? $segments = array($input->urlSegment1, $input->urlSegment2, $input->urlSegment3); $data = array(); if ($segments[0] === 'v1' && $segments[1] === 'portfolio') { $response = $cache->get('apiPortfolio'); if (!$response) { $portfolio = array(); $projects = $pages->find("template=project, sort=-date"); if (count($projects)) { foreach ($projects as $project) { $portfolio[] = array( 'id' => $project->id, 'title' => $project->title ); } } $response = $portfolio; $cache->save('apiPortfolio', $response, "template=portfolio"); } $data['response'] = $response; } else { header('Content-Type: text/html'); throw new Wire404Exception(); } $dataJson = wireEncodeJSON($data); header('Content-Type: application/json'); echo $dataJson;
  7. I was also looking to see if I could do it with JSON so output the data using PW to JSON then supplying that either to an API or plugin...
  8. Thanks @dragan – I tried to find some decent APIs but couldn't find anything decent... are you aware of any? And yes I was looking at the headless Chrome stuff too but was quickly confused haha!
  9. Is there a modern way to create PDF on the fly these days with the data from PW? mPDF seems fairly old school and only supports tables etc but was looking for something that supports flexbox/css grid etc. I could just use a print stylesheet but it needs to download a PDF, ideally, on click. Any thoughts? I've had a look at RockPdf and Pages2Pdf but wondered if there was anything else? Thanks! Rich
  10. I ended up using Guzzle to do, for example, the following: // Shopify init function shopifyQL($query) { $shopifyHost = "xxxxx.myshopify.com"; $shopifyPassword = "xxxxx"; $graphqlEndpoint = "https://$shopifyHost/admin/api/2021-01/graphql.json"; $client = new \GuzzleHttp\Client(); $response = $client->request('POST', $graphqlEndpoint, [ 'headers' => [ 'Content-Type' => 'application/json', 'X-Shopify-Access-Token' => $shopifyPassword, 'X-Shopify-Api-Features' => 'include-presentment-prices' ], 'json' => [ 'query' => $query ] ]); $json = $response->getBody()->getContents(); $body = json_decode($json, true); $data = $body['data']; return $data; } // Get Shopify shop defaults (useful for currency checks) wire()->addHookMethod('Page::shopifyShop', function($event) { $page = $event->object; $query = <<<GQL query { shop { name primaryDomain { url host } } } GQL; // Get cache only if it's less than or equal to 1 month $result = wire('cache')->get('shopifyShop', WireCache::expireMonthly); if (!$result) { $result = shopifyQL($query); wire('cache')->save('shopifyShop', $result, WireCache::expireMonthly); } $event->return = $result; });
  11. I've been having a play... and I'm getting somewhere but passing the query itself is something I'm struggling with. I might end up using Guzzle but thought I'd see if it was possible using PW natively. // Shopify init $shopifyHttp = new WireHttp(); $shopifyHost = "xxxx.myshopify.com"; $shopifyPassword = "xxxx"; $shopifyHttp->setHeaders([ 'Content-Type' => 'application/json', 'X-Shopify-Access-Token' => $shopifyPassword, 'X-Shopify-Api-Features' => 'include-presentment-prices' ]); $shopifyBase = "https://$shopifyHost/admin/api/2021-01/graphql.json"; $query = <<<GQL query { shop { name primaryDomain { url host } } } } GQL; bdb($shopifyHttp->post($shopifyBase, [ 'query' => json_decode($query) ])); Any thoughts? I've tested the POST request in Postman and works and this was the PHP HTTP code for that... <?php require_once 'HTTP/Request2.php'; $request = new HTTP_Request2(); $request->setUrl('https://xxxxx.myshopify.com/admin/api/2021-01/graphql.json'); $request->setMethod(HTTP_Request2::METHOD_POST); $request->setConfig(array( 'follow_redirects' => TRUE )); $request->setHeader(array( 'X-Shopify-Access-Token' => 'xxxxx', 'Content-Type' => 'application/json', 'Cookie' => '_shopify_fs=2021-03-31T10%3A14%3A46Z; _y=82249b91-c91c-4631-8cb9-2a859e3e756e; _s=5be7df5e-f9a6-45a9-a472-e7f262f54a8b; _shopify_y=82249b91-c91c-4631-8cb9-2a859e3e756e; _shopify_s=5be7df5e-f9a6-45a9-a472-e7f262f54a8b' )); $request->setBody('{"query":" query {\\n shop {\\n name\\n primaryDomain {\\n url\\n host\\n }\\n }\\n }","variables":{}}'); try { $response = $request->send(); if ($response->getStatus() == 200) { echo $response->getBody(); } else { echo 'Unexpected HTTP status: ' . $response->getStatus() . ' ' . $response->getReasonPhrase(); } } catch(HTTP_Request2_Exception $e) { echo 'Error: ' . $e->getMessage(); }
  12. Thanks so much for this, @teppo 🙂 Yep, exactly. Currently I do something like the following in ready.php – I do something similar for products etc. // Shopify init $shopifyHttp = new WireHttp(); $shopifyHttp->setHeaders(['X-Shopify-Api-Features' => 'include-presentment-prices']); $shopifyHost = "xxxxxx.myshopify.com"; $shopifyAPIKey = "xxxxxx"; $shopifyPassword = "xxxxxx"; $shopifyBase = "https://$shopifyAPIKey:$shopifyPassword@$shopifyHost/admin/"; // Get Shopify shop defaults (useful for currency checks) wire()->addHookMethod("Page::shopifyShop", function($event) use($shopifyHttp, $shopifyBase) { $page = $event->object; // Get cache only if it's less than or equal to 1 month $result = wire("cache")->get("shopifyShop", WireCache::expireMonthly); if (!$result) { $result = $shopifyHttp->getJSON($shopifyBase . "shop.json"); wire("cache")->save("shopifyShop", $result, WireCache::expireMonthly); } $event->return = $result; }); This works great BUT the Shopify API is moving closer to GraphQL each day and feel like I should adapt, or die 😉 I'll look at those examples and see how I could change this up!
  13. Hi folks. I’m a bit confused. I built a site a year or so ago that uses `wireHttp()` to query Shopify endpoints and then would store this in the `wireCache` as well create pages on PW based on products returned etc. It was all quite simple but worked well. Anyway. I’m looking to replace this set up with GraphQL but I’m getting super confused. Is GraphQL a replacement for wireHttp as it’s a REST replacement? Can you use GraphQL on Processwire to return third party data? Any advice or help understanding would be really appreciated.
  14. Has anyone successfully used PW as a static site generator with Gatsby or Nuxt, for example? If so I need to pick your brain.
  15. Ah thanks @teppo I didn't manage to find this. Much appreciated. @adrian Thanks also! And yeah 🙄
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