WOOF_Request

Extends WOOF_Wrap

Methods

A class used to provide a more convenient wrapper around the HTTP API.

List of Methods

Magic Methods

Property Methods

  • body()String

    Retrieves the body portion of the request as a string if the request was valid, or the empty string otherwise.

  • cache_key()String

    Retrieves the key used to cache the result of this remote request.

  • code()String

    Retrieves the numeric HTTP code for the request.

  • json( Boolean $assoc = false )Object OR Array

    Retrieves the body of the request decoded to a JSON representation.

Transients API

  • uncache()

    Removes this request from the transients cache, if it had been previously cached before. .

  • __toString()String

    Implements the __toString PHP Magic Method, to allow this request to be echoed directly.

  • body()String

    Retrieves the body portion of the request as a string if the request was valid, or the empty string otherwise.

  • cache_key()String

    Retrieves the key used to cache the result of this remote request.

  • code()String

    Retrieves the numeric HTTP code for the request.

  • json( Boolean $assoc = false )Object OR Array

    Retrieves the body of the request decoded to a JSON representation.

  • response()Array

    Retrieves the response associative array that this class wraps, that is, the result of the wp_remote_get or wp_remote_post call that has been made via this class. .

  • send( Boolean $nocache = false )

    Initiates the remote request.

  • uncache()

    Removes this request from the transients cache, if it had been previously cached before. .

Base Class Methods

View method list from the base class WOOF_Wrap.

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