While Saloon's typical setup of a connector and requests is great, sometimes all you need is to make a single request to a service. For scenarios like these, you may create a "SoloRequest" instead of making a connector and a single request. This saves you from having to create additional classes.
Create a class, but instead of extending
Saloon\Http\Request, you should extend
Saloon\Http\SoloRequest.Next, just define everything else like you would a normal request. Make sure to include the full URL of the service you are integrating with.
class GetAllPokemonRequest extends SoloRequest
protected Method $method = Method::GET;
public function resolveEndpoint(): string
Saloon Requests allow you to define all your default headers, config, query parameters and define request body just like you would traditionally with a connector.
As you don't have a connector for this request, you can use the
sendAsyncmethods directly on the request instance. This method works exactly the same as it would on the connector.
$request = new GetAllPokemonRequest;
$response = $request->send();