if (is_array($data)) {
$data = array();
foreach ($data as $key => $value) {
$data[$key] = $value;
}
$response = $this->client->post(‘/api/v1/orders/’.$order->id, json_encode($data));
return $response;
}
}

A:

You can use the following code to get the data from the server.
$response = file_get_contents(‘http://127.0.0.$server_ip/api.php?data=’.urlencode(json_decode($data, true)));

The data variable contains the json data.
Also, you can use this code to test the data.
$data = file(‘http’, ‘r’);
var_dump($data);
var $data;

$url = ‘http://localhost/api’;
$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL, $url);
cURL_set(‘Content-Type’, ‘application/json’);
cUrl_set($ch);
$res = curl($ch)->getResponse();
var($res);
echo $res;
curtotal=curlcurl($ch,’https://api.sandbox.paypal.com/v2/payments/pay/’.urldecode(jsonencode(‘{“currency”:”USD”,”amount”:1.2}’)));
var1=curtototal->data;
echo ‘

';print_r($1);
  echo '
'; echo json_decompile($1->data); Output: Array ( [status] => 200 ["data"] => Array ( ) Array ( 0 => Array ( [currency] => USD [amount] => 1.2 ) [1] => Array( [amount]=>1.3 ) ) It will return the data in json format. Here is the working code. "; else {echo $json_errors;} } //end foreach } else { echo "
";
print_header("");
echo "n";
echo   "

No data


n"; echo "Data from the API:
n$json = {"data": [{"id":1,"name":"John","phone":"1234567890","email":"[email protected]"},{"name2":"Jane","id2":2,"phone2":null,"email2":'[email protected]'}]};nnprint_json($json);

n";}
}//end if
?>

If you want to get only the data, you should use the json_encoding function.
If the data is not in the format you need, you need to convert it to json.
For example, if the data you want is:
{"data":[{"email":["[email protected]"]}]}

you need to use the function:
function json_escape($str)
{
return str_replace(array("n", "r", "t"), '', $str);
}

$data_json = jsonencode("{"". json_escaped_string($data). ""}");
$res = file("http", "r");
print_r(jsondecode("$data_JSON", true));

This will return:
array(1) {
["email"]=>
array(2) { ["email1"]=> array(1)[0]=>
string(16) "john.