facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk

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    Facebook Ads API SDK for NodeJS

    License

    This Ads API SDK is built to facilitate application development for Facebook Ads API. This SDK can be used for both server side as well as client side. It comes with ECMAScript 5 bundled minified distribution with source maps of AMD, CommonJS modules, IIFE, as UMD and as Browser Globals.

    Dependencies

    Gulp and Bower should be installed globally. Install depencencies:

    npm install
    bower install

    Checkout gulpfile.js for all available tasks.

    Installation

    NPM

    npm install --save facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk

    Bower

    bower install --save facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk

    Usage

    Access Token

    To instantiate an Api object you will need a valid access token for an app with the ads_management permission. A quick way to obtaining a short-lived token is using the Graph API Explorer. Instantiate the API using the token:

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);

    Api main class

    The FacebookAdsApi object is the foundation of the Ads SDK which encapsulates the logic to execute requests against the Graph API. Once instantiated, the Api object will allows you to start making requests to the Ads API.

    Facebook Objects

    Facebook Ads entities are defined as classes under the src/objects directory.

    // instantiating an object
    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const AdAccount = adsSdk.AdAccount;
    const account = new AdAccount(accountId);
    console.log(account.id) // fields can be accessed as properties

    Fields

    Due to the high number of field names in the Ads API existing objects, in order to facilitate your code maintainability, enum-like field objects are provided within each node class. The fields are stored within node object classes which are stored under the src/objects directory. You can access object properties like this,

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    const AdAccount = adsSdk.AdAccount;
    const Campaign = adsSdk.Campaign;
    const account = new AdAccount('act_<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>');
     
    console.log(account.id) // fields can be accessed as properties
    account
      .createCampaign(
        [Campaign.Fields.Id],
        {
          [Campaign.Fields.name]: 'Page likes campaign', // Each object contains a fields map with a list of fields supported on that object.
          [Campaign.Fields.status]: Campaign.Status.paused,
          [Campaign.Fields.objective]: Campaign.Objective.page_likes
        }
      )
      .then((result) => {
      })
      .catch((error) => {
      });

    Read Objects

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    const AdAccount = adsSdk.AdAccount;
    const account = new AdAccount('act_<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>');
    account
      .read([AdAccount.Fields.name, AdAccount.Fields.age])
      .then((account) => {
        logPassedTest(test1 + ':Pass', account);
      })
      .catch((error) => {
      });

    Requesting an high number of fields may cause the response time to visibly increase, you should always request only the fields you really need.

    Create Objects

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    const AdAccount = adsSdk.AdAccount;
    const Campaign = adsSdk.Campaign;
    const account = new AdAccount('act_<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>');
    account
      .createCampaign(
        [],
        {
          [Campaign.Fields.name]: 'Page likes campaign',
          [Campaign.Fields.status]: Campaign.Status.paused,
          [Campaign.Fields.objective]: Campaign.Objective.page_likes
        }
      )
      .then((campaign) => {
      })
      .catch((error) => {
      });

    Update Objects

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    const Campaign = adsSdk).Campaign;
    const campaignId = <CAMPAIGN_ID>;
    new Campaign(campaignId, {
      [Campaign.Fields.id]: campaign.id,
      [Campaign.Fields.name]: 'Campaign - Updated' })
      .update();

    Delete Objects

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    const Campaign = adsSdk.Campaign;
    const campaignId = <CAMPAIGN_ID>;
    new Campaign(campaignId);
    .delete();

    Pagination

    Since the release of the Facebook Graph API 2.0, pagination is handled through cursors. Here cursors are defined as in src\cursor.js. When fetching nodes related to another (Edges) or a collection in the graph, the results are paginated in a Cursor class. Here the Cursor is a superpowered Array (with all it's native helpful operations) with next and previous methods that when resolved fills itself with the new set of objects.

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    const AdAccount = adsSdk.AdAccount;
    const Campaign = adsSdk.Campaign;
    const account = new AdAccount('act_<AD_ACCOUNT_ID>');
    account.getCampaigns([Campaign.Fields.name], { limit: 2 })
    .then((campaigns) => {
      if (campaigns.length >= 2 && campaigns.hasNext()) {
        return campaigns.next();
      } else {
        Promise.reject(
          new Error('campaigns length < 2 or not enough campaigns')
        );
      }
    })
    .then((campaigns) => {
      if (campaigns.hasNext() && campaigns.hasPrevious()) {
        return campaigns.previous();
      } else {
        Promise.reject(
          new Error('previous or next is not true')
        );
      }
      return campaigns.previous();
    })
    .catch((error) => {
    });

    Debugging

    A FacebookAdsApi object offers a debugging mode that will log all requests. To enable it just call api.setDebug(true) on an API instance.

    const adsSdk = require('facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk');
    const accessToken = '<VALID_ACCESS_TOKEN>';
    const api = adsSdk.FacebookAdsApi.init(accessToken);
    api.setDebug(true);

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    License

    Facebook Ads API SDK for NodeJS is licensed under the LICENSE file in the root directory of this source tree.

    Install

    npm i facebook-nodejs-ads-sdk

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