dnsimple

Wrapper for DNSimple API

dnsimple

This is an unofficial DNSimple API module for node.js. You need a DNSimple account to use this.

Changelog - DNSimple - API documentation

Stable: npm install dnsimple

Develop: npm install fvdm/nodejs-dnsimple#develop

See Configuration below for details.

var dnsimple = new require ('dnsimple') ({ email: 'you@web.tld', token: 'abc123' });
 
// Add a domain name 
var input = {
  domain: { name: 'example.tld' }
};
 
dnsimple ('POST', '/domains', input, function (errdata) {
  if (err) {
    return console.log (err);
  }
  console.log (data.domain.name + ' created with ID ' + data.domain.id);
});

More examples: https://github.com/fvdm/nodejs-dnsimple/wiki

This module supports multiple authentication methods. None of them is totally secure, but some are easier to reset.

Most secure, easy to reset at dnsimple.com/account.

require ('dnsimple') ({ email: 'your@email.tld', token: '12345abcde' });
require ('dnsimple') ({ email: 'your@email.tld', password: 'secret' });

Access to only one domain name, easy to reset.

require ('dnsimple') ({ domainToken: 'abc123' });

When you have set up two-factor authentication for your account the module returns error twoFactorOTP missing when you did not provide your one-time password.

First your need to tell the API once your one-time code from Authy or SMS, by defining it during setup along with your email and password and calling a random method. Then the API returns a token which you can use instead of your email and password.

// Set the OTP code on load 
var dnsimple = require ('dnsimple') ({
  email: 'my@mail.tld',
  password: 'my-secret',
  twoFactorOTP: '0123456'
});
 
// Now call a random method to trade the OTP for a longterm token 
dnsimple ('GET', '/subscription', function (errdatameta) {
  if (err) { return console.log (err); }
  console.log ('Two-factor token: '+ meta.twoFactorToken);
});
 
// From now on only use this token - no email/password 
var dnsimple = require ('dnsimple') ({
  twoFactorToken: '22596363b3de40b06f981fb85d82312e'
});

When loading the module into your code you need to provide an Object for authentication as described above. This object can have a few more settings.

name description default
email Account email address
token Account access token
password Account password
domainToken Domain specific API access token
twoFactorOTP One-time code, i.e. Authy
twoFactorToken Login token, from twoFactorOTP
timeout End API call after this amount of ms 30000
hostname API endpoint api.dnsimple.com

To use the sandbox environment set hostname to api.sandbox.dnsimple.com.

The module is only one method which takes care of all the error handling and basic post-processing.

See the API documentation for details on each method.

name type required description
method string yes GET, POST, PUT, DELETE
path string yes i.e. /domains/two.com
params object no i.e. {domain: { name: 'one.com' } }
callback function yes Function to receive response

The last argument callback receives three arguments: err, data and meta. When an error occurs err is an instance of Error and data is null. err can have additional properties. When everything is good err will be null and data will be the parsed result.

The meta parameter is always available and contains extra information from the API, such as statusCode, request_id, runtime and twoFactorToken.

  • DELETE result data is boolean true on success, false otherwise.

The err.message can be any of these:

message description additional
credentials missing No authentication details set
request failed The request cannot be made err.error
invalid reponse Invalid API response err.code, err.error, err.data
API error The API returned an error err.code, err.error, err.data

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