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Bitrix24 Client Library

This is a fork of https://www.npmjs.com/package/b24 Changed to use 'qs' package instead of 'querystring' native package to handle nested objects. Solves issues with parameters used while creating new Tasks, Deals, etc. in Bitrix24

Installation

npm install bit9 --save

Modes

There are 2 modes to use this library. API mode and Webhook mode.

You can specify the mode when initializing Bitrix24.

API Mode

When you use API mode, you must authenticate the user using OAuth. See Authentication for example. You also must provide client_id, client_secret, and redirect_uri in config block.

Method Hook

There are 2 method that will called when using API mode. saveToken(data) and retriveToken. You can use this to save and get token from database.

Example

const b24 = require('bit9');
 
const bitrix24 = new b24.Bitrix24({
    config: {
        mode: "api",
        host: "your bitrix host",
        client_id : "your client id",
        client_secret : "your client secret",
        redirect_uri : "http://localhost:3000/callback"
    },
    methods: {
        async saveToken(data){
            //Save token to database
        },
        async retriveToken(){
            //Retrive token from database
            return {
                access_token: "youraccesstoken",
                refresh_token: "yourrefreshtoken"
            }
        }
    }
})

Webhook Mode

It use webhook feature from Bitrix24 To use this you must provide user_id and code in config block.

user_id can be obtained throught my profile page. See the URL, e.g https://k2d2.bitrix24.com/company/personal/user/4/. The value would be 4

code can be obtained throught Application -> Web hooks -> ADD WEB HOOK -> Inbound web hook

Example

const b24 = require('bit9');
 
const bitrix24 = new b24.Bitrix24({
    config: {
        mode: "webhook",
        host: "your bitrix host",
        user_id: "1",
        code: "your_webhook_code"
    }
})

Authentication

You must do authentication when use API mode. It just OAuth2

Step:

  1. Visit url provided by bitrix24.auth.authorization_uri
  2. It will give you the code in callback url, use this to get token
  3. Get token with bitrix24.auth.getToken(code)
  4. Profit!!!

Example:

const express = require('express');
const b24 = require('bit9');
 
const app = express()
 
const bitrix24 = new b24.Bitrix24({
    config: {
        mode: "api",
        host: "your bitrix host",
        client_id : "your client id",
        client_secret : "your client secret",
        redirect_uri : "http://localhost:3000/callback"
    },
    methods: {
        async saveToken(data){
            //Save token to database
        },
        async retriveToken(){
            //Retrive token from database
            return {
                access_token: "youraccesstoken",
                refresh_token: "yourrefreshtoken"
            }
        }
    }
})
 
// Bitrix auth
app.get('/auth', (req, res) => {
    res.redirect(bitrix24.auth.authorization_uri);
});
 
// Callback service parsing the authorization token and asking for the access token
app.get('/callback', async (req, res) => {
    try{
        const code = req.query.code;
        const result = await bitrix24.auth.getToken(code);
        return res.json(result);
    }catch(err){
        console.log(err)
        return res.status(500).json({message:"Authentication Failed"});
    }
});
 
app.listen(3000, () => {
    console.log('Server started on port 3000');
});

Run Bitrix24 API

For complete API refrence visit https://training.bitrix24.com/rest_help/index.php

To Run Bitrix24 API we need to use callMethod(method, param) method.

pass the method you want to run in method parameter, param parameter is optional, it used to add parameter to method that you call, visit the official API reference to see all possible parameter.

Example:

const express = require('express');
const b24 = require('bit9');
 
const app = express()
 
const bitrix24 = new b24.Bitrix24({
    config: {
        mode: "webhook",
        host: "your bitrix host",
        user_id: "1",
        code: "your_webhook_code"
    }
})
 
// Get all Bitrix24 User
app.get('/allUser', async (req, res) => {
    try{
        const result = await bitrix24.callMethod('user.get');
        return res.json(result);        
    }catch(err){
        console.log(err)
        return res.status(500).json({message:"Internal Server Error"});
    }
})
 
app.listen(3000, () => {
    console.log('Server started on port 3000');
});

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