PHP

Official PHP client for the ipdata API. If you have any issues or run into any bugs please open an issue at https://github.com/ipdata/php/issues/new.

Install

composer require ipdata/api-client

The client is built upon PSR standards. We use PSR-18 for HTTP client and PSR-17 for RequestFactory. These needs to be passed to the client's constructor.

Example packages for PSR-17 and PSR-18:

composer require nyholm/psr7 symfony/http-client
use Ipdata\ApiClient\Ipdata;
use Symfony\Component\HttpClient\Psr18Client;
use Nyholm\Psr7\Factory\Psr17Factory;
$httpClient = new Psr18Client();
$psr17Factory = new Psr17Factory();
$ipdata = new Ipdata('my_api_key', $httpClient, $psr17Factory);

How to use

To send a geocode request you simply need to provide the IP address you are interested in.

$data = $ipdata->lookup('69.78.70.144');
echo json_encode($data, JSON_PRETTY_PRINT);

The output will be the response from the API server with one additional status field.

{
"ip": "69.78.70.144",
"is_eu": false,
"city": null,
"region": null,
"region_code": null,
"country_name": "United States",
"country_code": "US",
"continent_name": "North America",
"continent_code": "NA",
"latitude": 37.751,
"longitude": -97.822,
"postal": null,
"calling_code": "1",
"flag": "https:\/\/ipdata.co\/flags\/us.png",
"emoji_flag": "\ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\uddf8",
"emoji_unicode": "U+1F1FA U+1F1F8",
"asn": {
"asn": "AS6167",
"name": "Cellco Partnership DBA Verizon Wireless",
"domain": "verizonwireless.com",
"route": "69.78.0.0\/16",
"type": "business"
},
"carrier": {
"name": "Verizon",
"mcc": "310",
"mnc": "004"
},
"languages": [
{
"name": "English",
"native": "English"
}
],
"currency": {
"name": "US Dollar",
"code": "USD",
"symbol": "$",
"native": "$",
"plural": "US dollars"
},
"time_zone": {
"name": "America\/Chicago",
"abbr": "CST",
"offset": "-0600",
"is_dst": false,
"current_time": "2020-01-25T06:14:37.081772-06:00"
},
"threat": {
"is_tor": false,
"is_proxy": false,
"is_anonymous": false,
"is_known_attacker": false,
"is_known_abuser": false,
"is_threat": false,
"is_bogon": false
},
"count": "6",
"status": 200
}

If you are not interested in all the fields in the response, you may query only the fields you want.

$data = $ipdata->lookup('69.78.70.144', ['longitude', 'latitude', 'country_name']);
echo json_encode($data, JSON_PRETTY_PRINT);
{
"longitude": -97.822,
"latitude": 37.751,
"country_name": "United States",
"status": 200
}

Bulk request

If you want to look up multiple IPs at the same time you may use the bulkLookup() function.

$data = $ipdata->buildLookup(['1.1.1.1', '69.78.70.144'], ['longitude', 'latitude', 'country_name']);
echo json_encode($data, JSON_PRETTY_PRINT);
{
"0": {
"longitude": 143.2104,
"latitude": -33.494,
"country_name": "Australia"
},
"1": {
"longitude": -97.822,
"latitude": 37.751,
"country_name": "United States"
},
"status": 200
}

Available Fields

A list of all the fields returned by the API is maintained at Response Fields

Errors

A list of possible errors is available at Status Codes