This library is used to bill telephone calls. Can also be used to sort by LCR (Least Cost Routing).
Add this library to your package.json configuration:
var call_bill = ;var result = call_bill;
See below to know how the
rates variable should be formed. The
variable is an object that contains the total cost, seconds, and effective
seconds billed, along with a full description of any rates used.
Validating Input and Output
rate JSON Object is documented in the source code for
Below you will find a few examples for the most common usage. More examples can be found in the tests.
- The total time will be billed at $0.015 with a billing increment of 6s.
var flatRate =increment: 6costPerMinute: 0015description: 'Standard flat rate for US calls';
First seconds with one rate, next seconds with another
- The first 15 seconds will be billed at $0.015 with a billing increment of 15s.
- The remaining time will be billed at $0.017 with a billing increment of 6s.
var rates =increment: 15 costPerMinute: 0015 duration: 15increment: 6 costPerMinute: 0017;
Complex: First seconds free, then incrementally expensive
- The first 5 minutes for these calls will be free.
- The next 10 minutes will be billed at $0.017/min with a billing increment of 6s.
- The remaining time will be billed at $0.02/min with a billing increment of 6s.
var rates =increment: 15 costPerMinute: 0 duration: 300increment: 6 costPerMinute: 0017 duration: 600increment: 6 costPerMinute: 002;
LCR (Least Cost Routing)
var result = call_bill;
rates is an array of an array of rates, for example:
increment: 6 costPerMinute: 0020increment: 6 costPerMinute: 0017increment: 6 costPerMinute: 0015
Essentially passing an array of the same
rates argument passed to
This project uses standard npm scripts. Current tasks include:
- test: Runs Mocha tests.
- jsdoc: Runs JSDoc3.
- eslint: Runs ESLint.
- coverage: Runs the tests and then Instanbul to get a coverage report.
- build: This is the default task, and will run all the other tasks.
Running an npm task
To run a task, just do:
npm run build
- Make sure you open a concise and short pull request.
- Throw in any needed unit tests to accomodate the new code or the changes involved.
npm run buildand make sure everything is ok before submitting the pull request (make eslint happy).
The source code is released under Apache 2 License.
Check LICENSE file for more information.