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0.1.1 • Public • Published

WooCommerce API Client

An isometric API client for interacting with WooCommerce installations. Here are the current and planned features:

  • [x] TypeScript Definitions
  • [x] Axios API Client with support for OAuth & basic auth
  • [x] Repositories to simplify interaction with basic data types
  • [ ] Service classes for common activities such as changing settings

Usage

npm install @woocommerce/api --save-dev

Depending on what you're intending to get out of the API client there are a few different ways of using it.

REST API

The simplest way to use the client is directly:

import { HTTPClientFactory } from '@woocommerce/api';

// You can create an API client using the client factory with pre-configured middleware for convenience.
let client = HTTPClientFactory.build( 'https://example.com' )
    .withBasicAuth( 'username', 'password' )
    .create();

// You can also create an API client configured for requests using OAuth.
client = HTTPClientFactory.build( 'https://example.com' )
    .withOAuth( 'consumer_secret', 'consumer_password' )
    .create();

// You can then use the client to make API requests.
httpClient.get( '/wc/v3/products' ).then( ( response ) => {
  // Access the status code from the response.
  response.statusCode;
  // Access the headers from the response.
  response.headers;
  // Access the data from the response, in this case, the products.
  response.data;
}, ( error ) => {
  // Handle errors that may have come up.
} );

Repositories

As a convenience utility we've created repositories for core data types that can simplify interacting with the API. These repositories provide CRUD methods for ease-of-use:

import { SimpleProduct } from '@woocommerce/api';

// Prepare the HTTP client that will be consumed by the repository.
// This is necessary so that it can make requests to the REST API.
const httpClient = HTTPClientFactory.build( 'https://example.com' )
    .withBasicAuth( 'username', 'password' )
    .create();

const repository = SimpleProduct.restRepository( httpClient );

// The repository can now be used to create models.
const product = repository.create( { name: 'Simple Product', regularPrice: '9.99' } );

// The response will be one of the models with structured properties and TypeScript support.
product.id;

Install

npm i @woocommerce/api

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Version

0.1.1

License

GPL-3.0+

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168 kB

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71

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