The official Laravel facade for Optidash API

Head over to the Optidash API docs for a full API reference.

Installation

To install the most recent version:

$ composer require optidash/optidash

or add the following entry to your composer.json:

"require": {
    "optidash-ai/optidash-laravel": "dev-master"
}

...and run composer update.

Laravel uses Package Auto-Discovery, so doesn't require you to manually add the ServiceProvider. If you don't use auto-discovery, add the ServiceProvider to the providers array in config/app.php:

Optidash\OptidashLaravel\OptidashServiceProvider::class

You may also add the following aliases to your config/app.php:

'Optidash' => Optidash\OptidashLaravel\Facades\Optidash::class

Configuration

Publish the configuration for the package which will create the config file config/optidash.php:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Optidash\OptidashLaravel\OptidashServiceProvider"

The last step is to provide your Optidash API Key by either setting env variable OPTIDASH_APIKEY in your .env file or by directly editing the config/optidash.php file.

Your Optidash API Key. If you don't have your API Key just yet, you can sign-up for a free account which comes with a monthly quota of 500 API calls.

Quick example

This Laravel integration exposes all the operations available with the Optidash API. The following example uses image fetch and streams the output file directly to disc with toFile() method:

use Optidash;

Optidash::fetch('https://www.website.com/image.jpg')->optimize(array(
    'compression' => 'medium'
))
->resize(array(
  'width' => 640,
  'height' => 480
))
->filter(array(
    'blur' => array(
        'mode' => 'gaussian',
        'value' => 10
    )
))
->toFile('path/to/output.png', function ($error, $meta) {
    if (!empty($error)) {
        throw new Exception($error);
    }

    // You'll find the full JSON metadata within the `meta` variable
});

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