A dead-simple way to utilize Domai.nr's JSON API
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The Domai.nr module is a dead-simple way to utilize Domai.nr's JSON API. It only comes with two methods:
info, but that's all we need to get a ton of work done with the data behind Domai.nr.
I prefer making my express apps driven by an internal API. By that, I mean I like to set up back-end routes that my front-end routes can receive data from. Included in the
/example directory is a very rudimentary example of how one would go about using the doaminr module.
$ npm install domainr
Like previously mentioned, this module comes with two methods available:
info. Both of them take two arguments: a query and a callback (which aliases the parameter you pass into it as the data that's returned from Domai.nr, so you can do whatever you want with it).