By default, sending an API request to Telegram Bot API will be a synchronous request, and block the execution of the script until it gets a response from the server or timeouts after 60 secs (throwing a Guzzle exception).
However, an asynchronous non-blocking request can be sent by calling
setAsyncRequest(true) before making any API request or at the time of initializing the library:
When building the API request, just make a call to the
setAsyncRequest method passing
true. Now making a request won't block the execution of the script. Similarly, if you want to do the other way around, just pass
false (Make a specific API call a synchronous request).
$telegram ->setAsyncRequest(true) ->sendPhoto(['chat_id' => 'CHAT_ID', 'photo' => 'path/to/photo.jpg']);
Telegram::setAsyncRequest(true) ->sendPhoto(['chat_id' => 'CHAT_ID', 'photo' => 'path/to/photo.jpg']);
You can make all API requests async (non-blocking), just apply the changes as per the below instructions.
Just pass the second parameter a boolean value
true. Defaults to
use Telegram\Bot\Api; $telegram = new Api('BOT TOKEN', true);
To make all API requests async in Laravel, Simply set the
async_requests option to
telegram.php configuration file. You can also set the value in env variable
If you want all the requests to be asynchronous non-blocking requests and only a specific call to be synchronous request, you can pass the
setAsyncRequest(false) before making an API call, see above for example.
This means that we are sending the request and not waiting for a response.
TelegramResponse object that you will get back has NULL for HTTP status code.
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