Google Drive API client for Web Application.
After v2.0.0, The API loadApi is changed. It needs clientSecret at its second
parameter instead of apiKey.
It is needed to clear the cookies of the web pages running by command
npm start or
npm run web-test. On the pages, the API key has been saved to cookies to connect
Google drive APIs.
A brief explanation is described in a documet for the class Gdfs.
- Class Gdfs as a client of the Google Drive file system.
- Class methods
- Instance methods
chdir(directory)changes the current working directory.
cwd()- returns the current working directory.
isDirectory(path)tests the path is a directory.
mkdir(path)creates a folder.
readdir(path, options)lists file names.
readFile(path)read the file contents.
rmdir(path)removes the directory.
stat(path)returns properties of Google Drive files.
unlink(path)removes the file (without moving to the trash-box).
writeFile(path, mimeType, data)writes data to the file.
- Class Gdfs.Path - as representation of path for the Google Drive files.
- Class Gdfs.Ui(alpha) - A class supporting to create UI.
To install, use npm for your project.
$ npm install --save gdrive-fs
USING WITH BUNDLER
If you are using some bundler, you can just import this module and use.
const Gdfs = require("gdrive-fs"); Gdfs.loadApi( . . .
USING WITHOUT BUNDLER
If you do not use any bundler, the following built files are available to include by SCRIPT tag.
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> ... <script src="<path-to-gdrive-fs>/build/gdrive-fs.min.js"></script> </body>
$ npm run release
This module published under MIT LICENSE.