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azure

Microsoft Azure Client Library for node

Azure SDK for Node.js

This project provides a Node.js package that makes it easy to consume and manage Microsoft Azure Services.

If you need to create an automation account for non interactive or scripting scenarios then please take a look at the documentation over here.

We provide both fine-grained modules for different Microsoft Azure services which you can install separately, and an all-up module which contains everything.

Notice: we haven't provided fine-grained modules for every supported Microsoft Azure services yet. This will come soon.

npm install azure

 

Azure Services
Gallery
Graph
Key Vault
Monitoring
Scheduler
Service Fabric
Service Bus
Storage
Batch
 
Azure Resource Management (ARM)
Authorization
Batch
CDN
Commerce/Billing/Usage
Compute
Datalake Analytics
Datalake Storage
DNS
DevTest Labs
EventHubs
HDInsight
HDInsightJobs
Insights
IotHub
Key Vault
Notification Hubs
PowerBi Embedded
Redis Cache
Resource Manager
ServerManagement
Servicebus
Storage
Traffic Manager
Virtual Networks
WebApps (WebSites)
 
Azure Service Management (ASM)
Compute
HDInsight
Service Bus
Service Manager
Store
Scheduler
SQL Database
Storage
Subscriptions
Traffic Manager
Virtual Networks
WebSites
 
Base Libraries
Common Functionality (for ASM & ARM clients generated from old code generator)
Common Functionality for ARM clients generated from Autorest (Generic)
Common Functionality for ARM clients generated from Autorest (Azure)

This project is licensed under MIT and Apache-2.0.

  • "MIT" license is usually used for the client libraries generated using Autorest that are targeting ARM (V2 version of Azure REST API). The license can be found in "LICENSE.MIT.txt" file in this repository.
  • "Apache-2.0" license is usually used for the client libraries generated using an internal code generator that are targeting ASM (V1 version of Azure REST API). The license can be found in "LICENSE.Apache.txt" file in this repository.

Want to get started hacking on the code, super! Follow the following instructions to get up and running. These instructions expect you have Git and a supported version of Node installed.

  1. Fork it
  2. Git Clone your fork (git clone {your repo})
  3. Move into sdk directory (cd azure-sdk-for-node)
  4. Install all dependencies (npm install)
  5. Run the tests (npm test). You should see all tests passing.

You found something you'd like to change, great! Please submit a pull request and we'll do our best to work with you to get your code included into the project.

  1. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  2. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  3. Create new Pull Request