2017-07-22 16:49



I tried to find any widget to show Tinkoof's bank currency rate, because it changes every 60sec., but nothing. Finally I found this API, but there is no any documentation for it.

I tried to find any articles about parsing, but I guess there's no use in that because of absence of any tag.

I need to show the currency rate on my website via this API. Any idea? Big thanks!

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  • drjk87189 drjk87189 4年前

    You just need to fetch the content You can use cURL or file_get_contents()

    cURL version:

    $url = "";
    $curl = curl_init($url);
    curl_setopt($curl, CURLOPT_RETURNTRANSFER, TRUE);
    $r = curl_exec($curl);
    $array = json_decode($r, true);
    echo "<pre>";
    echo "</pre>";

    file_get_contents version:

    $r = file_get_contents('');
    echo "<pre>";
    echo print_r(json_decode($r, true));
    echo "</pre>";

    Both of them will work unless the remote website requires you to be human (has extra verifications to stop robot requests). cURL would be a better way if that were the case because you can fake a user agent using a header array.

    Once you have the array build it's just a matter of accessing the required data. using $r as an array result of the remote json structure.

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  • doujiang2641 doujiang2641 4年前

    It looks pretty straightforward to me. For someone with a decent knowledge of PHP will do this, provided the output is:

    enter image description here

    Now with the above information, I would:

    1. Get the result to PHP using file_get_contents().
    2. Parse the result as an array using json_decode($contents, $true).
    3. Using the above result, I would get display the value using: $output["payload"]["rates"][0]["buy"] or something similar.

    At this time of writing, the above will get me 58:

    enter image description here

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