Evernote node.js API - make calls to the Evernote API from node.js
npm install tb-evernote
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This is an extension to the great work done by wadey on node-thrift. This is kinda messy right now, but it will get better. The extension allows users to use the Evernote(TM) Thrift API by implementing HTTPS connections over Thrift. Wadey's code has been copied in here temporarily for functional purposes, but we by no means take credit for his work. Once we get a pull request in, this code base will hopefully morph into more of an Evernote(TM) wrapper. Please be nice and submit issues when seen as this is a v0.0.1 release.
Currently In Use
This was released by the Reno Collective team (aka FlyingNinjaSquirrel) that created Colorstache (currently a finalist in the Evernote Developer Competition). It is currently in use. If you like our app, please vote for us in the competition (apologies for the shameless self promotion).
I have included the thrift files for the Evernote(TM) 1.19 SDK, so if you feel overly ambitious (or a new version is released), you can export the thrift API code manually using the following commands:
thrift --gen js:node -r -strict UserStore.thrift thrift --gen js:node -r -strict NoteStore.thrift
Some manual tweaking (Just an FYI)
While I did copy the generated node.js thrift files from the Evernote(TM) 1.19 SDK, I had to make some changes to some of the regular expression definitions in Limits_types.js that were generated. Some of the regular expressions had single quotes in them and were also wrapped in single quotes. Changing them to be wrapped in double quotes fixed it.
I also had to add an include in NoteStore_types.js and UserStore_types.js to require './Types_types'.
Examples of using the Evernote(TM) API can be found in the examples folder.