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fx-sync

node-fx-sync

Create a new Firefox Account in Firefox 29 or newer and you'll be able to use this module to download your Sync data. Fancy!

Install

npm install fx-sync

Example

var FxSync = require('fx-sync');
 
var sync = new FxSync({ email: 'me@example.com', password: 'hunter2' });
 
// Download and print my super useful bookmarks
 
sync.fetch('bookmarks')
  .then(function(results) {
    results
      .filter(filterBookmark)
      .map(mapBookmark)
      .forEach(renderBookmark);
  })
  .done();
 
function filterBookmark(bookmark) {
  return bookmark.type === 'bookmark';
}
 
function mapBookmark(bookmark) {
  return {
    title: bookmark.title,
    url: bookmark.bmkUri,
    description: bookmark.description || '',
    tags: bookmark.tags
  };
}
 
function renderBookmark(bookmark) {
  console.log(bookmark);
}

API

sync = new FxSync({ email: <email>, password: <password> })

Creates a new instance.

sync.fetch(collection, options)

E.g. sync.fetch('tabs').then(function (result) { ... });

Fetch sync'ed data from collection. Useful collections include: passwords, tabs, forms, prefs, bookmarks, addons, and history. For information on options, look here.

sync.fetchIDs(collection, options)

E.g. sync.fetchIDs('history', { limit: 50 }).then(function (result) { ... });

Fetch the IDs of objects in collection. You can use this to build more complicated queries without downloading the full contents of each object in the query. For information on options, look here.

License

Apache License 2.0