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    Cumul.io API

    You can use this Node.js module to interact with the Cumul.io API in order to create, modify or delete datasets, dashboards or push new data into the platform in a programmatic way.

    Installation

    npm install cumulio

    Usage

    Include the cumulio npm package in your project. For example, to push data into the platform (triggering real-time dashboard updates):

    var Cumulio = require('cumulio');
    
    // Connect
    var client = new Cumulio({
      api_key: '< your API key >',
      api_token: '< your API token >'
    });
    
    client.create(
      'data',
      {
        securable_id: '< dataset identifier >',
        data: [
          ['plaice', 2014, 2.1234, 751],
          ['plaice', 2015, 1.8765, 573]
        ]
      })
      .then(function() {
        console.log('Success!');
      })
      .catch(function(error) {
        console.error('API error:', error);
      })
      .finally(function() {
        client.close();
      });
    

    See example-embedding.js for an example of how to use the API to securely embed dashboards in a web page (with serverside pre-filtering of the data that the end-user can query).

    TS Types

    The types are defined in types/cumulio.d.ts and will be expanded as properties are added. However, right now (at time of writing: 25/03/2021) the IDE will prompt the user as to what type to use, but some such as properties are still any so you should check the documentation to see what to include based on the resource you are using. We will continue to add properties to the project.

    Documentation

    The API documentation (available services and methods) can be found here.

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    Install

    npm i cumulio

    Homepage

    cumul.io

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    Version

    1.1.0

    License

    MIT

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