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Guzzle takes the pain out of sending HTTP requests and the redundancy out of creating web service clients. It's a framework that includes the tools needed to create a robust web service client, including: Service descriptions for defining the inputs and outputs of an API, resource iterators for traversing paginated resources, batching for sending a large number of requests as efficiently as possible.

   All the power of cURL with a simple interface.
   Persistent connections and parallel requests.
   Streams request and response bodies
   Service descriptions for quickly building clients.
   Powered by the Symfony2 EventDispatcher.
   Use all of the code or only specific components.
   Plugins for caching, logging, OAuth, mocks, and more
   Includes a custom node.js webserver to test your clients.



require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';
use Guzzle\Http\Client;

// Create a client and provide a base URL
$client = new Client('');
// Create a request with basic Auth
$request = $client->get('/user')->setAuth('user', 'pass');
// Send the request and get the response
$response = $request->send();
echo $response->getBody();
// >>> {"type":"User", ...
echo $response->getHeader('Content-Length');
// >>> 792

// Create a client to work with the Twitter API
$client = new Client('{version}', array(
    'version' => '1.1'

// Sign all requests with the OauthPlugin
$client->addSubscriber(new Guzzle\Plugin\Oauth\OauthPlugin(array(
    'consumer_key'  => '***',
    'consumer_secret' => '***',
    'token'       => '***',
    'token_secret'  => '***'

echo $client->get('statuses/user_timeline.json')->send()->getBody();
// >>> {"public_gists":6,"type":"User" ...

// Create a tweet using POST
$request = $client->post('statuses/update.json', null, array(
    'status' => 'Tweeted with Guzzle,'

// Send the request and parse the JSON response into an array
$data = $request->send()->json();
echo $data['text'];
// >>> Tweeted with Guzzle,


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