Node.js OAuth2 REST Library for use with the FreeAgent v2 API, with Passport Authentication Strategy
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npm install node-freeagent2
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|Version||0.0.9 last updated 10 months ago|
|Keywords||FreeAgent, API, v2, Accounting, Timesheets, Resourcing|
|Dependencies||underscore, request, querystring, passport-oauth|
Node.js OAuth2 REST Library for use with the FreeAgent v2 API. It provides a very thin wrapper around the API to deal with all of the boring stuff without sacrificing on flexibility.
Includes a passport strategy for plugging into the node-passport authentication library.
Note: This library provides a foundation for interacting with the REST API but is not complete.
npm install node-freeagent2
The two components of this library - the API and the Authentication Strategy, can be used independently. First require the module.
FreeAgent = require 'node-freeagent2'
freeAgent = new FreeAgent.Api 'auth_token' freeAgent.getProjects (error, projects) -> unless error console.log projects else console.log error
Each REST resource has a corresponding method for GET. Requests using other HTTP verbs have not yet been implemented.
Each method of the type
GET has a consistent signature of:
getProjects : (optionsOrCallback, callback) ->
Except where the method is a convenience function for getById or something similar, in which case it takes the form:
getProjectById : (id, optionsOrCallback, callback) ->
FreeAgentStrategy = FreeAgent.AuthenticationStragegy passport.use 'freeagent', new FreeagentStrategy(options, ...)
Please help make this a better library, Pull requests and Issues are very welcome.
The project is written in CoffeeScript and built into JS, both sources are currently committed but I may change this.
The CoffeeScript and JS should be kept in sync at all times.
cake watchduring development.
- Place tests in
/tests, execute with mocha using
- Try to conform to coffeelint, check by regularly running
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