Applies to:
  • Apimo Webservice 2.0 (
  • PHP v5.5
This is an article on how I connected to the Apimo WebService. The Apimo Webservice is an API provided by and requires a server request over HTTPS using the GET method.

This was quite difficult to connect to and to determine what was wrong with each step of the development as the error messages were somewhat vague. I thought I'd quickly write this article so I don't have to spend so much time on it again.

Note that the below examples, demonstrate a script on a Non-SSL-Enabled host.


Applies to:
  • TravelPort Universal API
  • PHP 4 or 5
  • cURL
An article on how to resolve errors and setup a standard ping request using the TravelPort Universal API. This is to be achieved using PHP as the server-side programming language and cURL, a sub-component of PHP that allows you to send and receive requests as the server (as opposed to the client device).

Yes there's documentation online that TravelPort provide you with but it didn't help. The error I'm going to address has to do with getting the latest schemas but as I couldn't find anything using Google regarding these errors or how to set up a basic ping request, I thought I'd write this article.

Using PHP and cURL, here is the full script for a standard ping request. Before you say it doesn't work, it has to be updated every time a new schema is introduced to the system. See my errors section for how you can resolve this.

A quick article on how to create a middleware script which accepts the values from a submitted HTML form and sends it to a server on another domain for processing. This applies to Linux Apache MySQL and PHP (LAMP) setups.

A customer wanted to connect their Mobile App to a third-party API. The third-party only accepts requests from a static and permitted IP address. If the end-user were to make the request, then their own IP address would be the one checked against, and it just wouldn't be manageable to add every new user's IP address to their service. The request has to come from a permitted server with a single IP address.

It's likely that you already know how to submit a HTML form to a server via your Mobile application so the following will only document the process of sending data under the server IP address. We're going to use a PHP script with the cURL function to receive and send the data. cURL is a standard feature on most LAMP setups. If not you can install it from here:

Credit where Credit is Due:

Feel free to copy, redistribute and share this information. All that we ask is that you attribute credit and possibly even a link back to this website as it really helps in our search engine rankings.

Disclaimer: The information on this website is provided without warranty and any content is merely the opinion of the author. Please try to test in development environments prior to adapting them to your production environments. The articles are written in good faith and, at the time of print, are working examples used in a commercial setting.

Thank you for visiting and, as always, we hope this website was of some use to you!

Kind Regards,

Joel Lipman

Related Articles

Joes Revolver Map

Joes Word Cloud

time   license   data   error   work   system   note   name   code   using   used   script   list   joomla   form   website   report   display   select   parameter   google   user   windows   creator   uploaded   could   version   server   first   program   files   order   zoho   where   search   date   page   value   source   deluge   following   function   file   mysql   table   database   need   would   find   added   JoelLipman.Com


Badge - Certified Zoho Creator Associate
Badge - Certified Zoho Creator Associate

Donate & Support

If you like my content, and would like to support this sharing site, feel free to donate using a method below:

Donate to Joel Lipman via PayPal

Donate to Joel Lipman with Bitcoin - Valid till 8 May 2022 3QnhmaBX7LQSRsC9hh6Je9rGQKEGNQNfPb
© 2021 Joel Lipman .com. All Rights Reserved.