I am using PHP to get JSON from a remote server via
$opts = array(
'header'=>'Accept-language: en\r\n' .
'Authorization: MAC ["3","ios2.5.0","123","123abc","123=","abc="]\r\n' .
'User-Agent: abc/1.1.1 iOS/10.0.2 iPhone/iPhone7,1\r\n'
$context = stream_context_create($opts);
$file = file_get_contents('https://www.google.com/v11/file?search=ios&with=users%2Cfiles%2Cquestions', false, $context);
You have to understand what
file_get_contents is. This command is a request to get the file on the server, in this case it is requesting to get
https://www.google.com/v11/file/index.html on the server as in one single step. Since your url seems to use header to verify your origin, it might be an ajax request, meaning the server components didn't set up to allow an output from
file_get_contents requests, instead they probably accept cURL requests.
So you can use: