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content-direct v0.1.4

Node.js bindings for the Content Direct API.

Content Direct

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Node.js bindings for the Content Direct API.

Getting Started

Install the module with: npm install content-direct

var ContentDirect = require('content-direct')('sbx1');

Documentation

ContentDirect(environment, [defaultHeaders])

The ContentDirect constructor takes two arguments: environment and defaultHeaders. The environment variable should be the 4 alphanumberic code for the environment i.e. sbx1. The defaultHeaders variable is an object of key/value pairs that should be passed as headers in every API request.

Example:

var ContentDirect = require('content-direct')('sbx1', {
  'CD-User': 'username',
  'CD-Password': 'password',
  'CD-SystemId': 'systemId'
});

ContentDirect.Service.Method([headers], body, [callback])

All services and methods listed in the lib/api.js are supported. All API method documentation can be found at the Content Direct Web Services Guide. The headers variable should contain any additional headers that should be passed in the request in addition to the default headers. The body variable is the only required object. An optional callback can be passed which will be called with two variables: a non-null object if an error occured and a response object if the request was successful.

Example:

ContentDirect.Catalog.RetrieveProduct({
  Id: {
    Value: 12345
  }
}, function (err, res) {});

Contributing

In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using Grunt.

License

Copyright (c) 2014 David Caseria
Licensed under the MIT license.

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