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packmule v1.1.3

Universal mail tracking for node.

packmule

Wrapper that returns standardized javascript objects from various shipping APIs.

Usage:

Get tracking information:

var packet = {
    "carrier":      "usps",
    "number":       "EJ958088694US"
};

var credentials = {id: 'YOUR_USER_ID', testing: true};
//use testing: true to use testing rather than production servers

tracking.track(credentials, packet, function (tracking) {
    console.log("USPS");
    if (tracking.status)
        console.log(tracking.data); 
    else
        console.log(tracking.issues);
});

Active Carriers:

  • fedex
    • Example Credentials: {key: 'YOUR_KEY', password: 'YOUR_PASSWORD', number: 'YOUR_ACCOUNT_NUMBER', meter: 'YOUR_METER_NUMBER'}
  • ups
    • Example Credentials: {key: 'YOUR_KEY', user: 'YOUR_USERNAME', password: 'YOUR_PASSWORD'}
  • usps
    • Example Credentials: {id: 'YOUR_USER_ID'}

Installation:

npm install packmule

... or to install the package globally:

npm install -g packmule

Thank You To:

Michael Nowack (github.com/syranez), who originally created the dhl module, which scrapes from carrier tracking sites. Much of the organization of this module is based on his.

License:

Copyright (c) 2013 Patrick Facheris, MIT LICENSE

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