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@geobadges/badgr-api-client

0.12.0 • Public • Published

badgr-api-client

API Client for Accessing a Badgr Server

install

npm install @geobadges/badgr-api-client

contributing

Your contributions are welcomed! This repo is open to issues and pull requests.

usage

initialization

const API = require("@geobadges/badgr-api-client");
 
const client = new API({ endpoint, password, username });

get access token

const {
    accessToken,
    expirationDate,
    refreshToken 
= await client.getAccessToken();
// accessToken is asdfasdyfbasbdif6basdf

get a specific badge

const entityId = '12asd8f7glasi8df7'; // badge id
const fields = ['name', 'entityId', 'criteriaNarrative', 'tags'];
const badge = await api.getBadge({
    entityId,
    fields
})

register a user

const data = {
    agreedToTermsOfService: true,
    email: "first.last@example.org",
    firstName: "First Name",
    lastName: "Last Name",
    optedInToMarketing: false,
    password: "acomplexpassword",
};
const sucessful = await client.register(data);
// sucessful is true

request a password reset

const data = {
    email: "first.last@example.org"
};
const successful = await client.requestPasswordReset(data);
// successful is true if HTTP request, requesting a reset, returned successfully

get a specific user

If you don't supply an entityId, it automatically returns the user that you used to initialize the api client.

/*
    The following fields are available:
    entityType, entityId, firstName, lastName, emails, url,
    telephone, agreedTermsVersion, hasAgreedToLatestTermsVersion,
    marketingOptIn, badgrDomain, hasPasswordSet, and recipient
*/
const fields = ['emails', 'entityId', 'firstName', 'lastName'];
const user = await api.getUser({
    entityId,
    fields
})

get assertions/claims to a badge

const entityId = '12asd8f7glasi8df7'; // badge id
const fields = ['entityId', 'recipient']; // fields to include in return
const assertions = await client.getBadgeAssertions({ entityId, fields });

get all badges

const fields = ['entityId', 'name', 'description']; // fields to include in return
const badges = await client.getBadgeClasses({ fields });

get available issuers

This returns issuers that the current authenticated user has access to unless you pass in an accessToken

const fields = ['entityId', 'name'];
const issuers = await client.getIssuers({ fields });
// an array of issuer objects

get issuer details

const entityId = '12378t12uy3gkj1h2b31';
const fields = ['entityId', 'name'];
const issuer = await client.getIssuer({ entityId, fields });

get backpack

const fields = ['entityId', 'image'];
const badges = await client.getBackpack({ fields });
// badges is an array of badges

grant a badge to a user

const status = await client.grant({
    badgeClassEntityId: "asl8dyb712tyev6tvdsafasdf",
    createNotification: false,
    email: "person@example.org",
    evidence = [],
    issuerEntityId: "adsfiubashfv7asgdfasdf",
    narrative = "This person earned the badge by creating a JavaScript Notebook that..."
})

enable admin access

Passing in admin: true will basically add the rw:serverAdmin scope to all requests.

const client = new API({ endpoint, password, username, admin: true });

support

Email the package author at daniel@geosurge.io or post an issue at https://github.com/GeoBadges/badgr-api-client

Install

npm i @geobadges/badgr-api-client

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