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hubspot-api-wrapper

0.6.7 • Public • Published

HubSpot-API-Wrapper

Promised based node package to assist with making API calls to the HubSpot servers. Version 0.1 on release will support contacts companies and deals endpoints

Author: Peter Manca(Hubspotter)

0.1.x is the first release of this package. I have the github repo posted in my npm profile along with my email. Please feel free to reach out or fork my repo to contribute or share any findings.

First you must initialize your credentials. The package can handle oauth2 or your hapikey. If you are using hapikey, you must receive this from your hubspot portal. If you are using oauth2, then you must use the normal oauth flow to generate your token. You only need your token to authenticate the package correctly.

Here is an example of how to call that function.

hubspot.init(options)

This function will return true or false depending on whether or not it was set correctly. You can do this by assigning the return value to a variable.

var result = hubspot.init(options)

You can create the options object like so(Both the token and the Hapikey must be a string)-->

var token = xxxxx
var options = {type:"oauth",value: token}

or

var hapikey = xxxxx
var options = {type:"hapikey",value: hapikey}

This package is a promise based package. All of the functions will return a promise to you.

There are 3 objects beyond the init object you can work with.

  1. contact
  2. company
  3. deal

An example below shows how to call one of the functions while printing the results to the terminal/console.

var hubspot = require('hubspot-api-wrapper')

var token = xxxxx
var options = {type:"oauth",value: token}
hubspot.init(options)

hubspot.contact.getAll().then(result => {
	console.log(result)
})

var deal2Create =  {
        "portalId": portalID,
        "properties": [
            {
                "value": "Tim's Newer Deal",
                "name": "dealname"
            },
            {
                "value": "appointmentscheduled",
                "name": "dealstage"
            },
            {
                "value": "default",
                "name": "pipeline"
            },
            {
                "value": "60000",
                "name": "amount"
            },
            {
                "value": "newbusiness",
                "name": "dealtype"
            }
        ]
    }

hubspot.deal.create(deal2Create).then(result => {
	console.log(result)
})

var companyID = xxxx
hubspot.company.getByID(companyID).then(result => {
	console.log(result)
})

Please use developers.hubspot.com as a resource for how to properly format some of the parameters as in how to create a deal above.

Functions available Notes:

Below are the function definitions 1.() means no parameters 2. style is es7 which means functionName: (list of parameters) 3. Variables are going to be mostly strings unless they are IDs then which they are a number or if there are multiple strings as in get by batch they will be in an array. Some of the endpoints that involve the properties that are not optional will require objects. You can see examples of the structure at developers.hubspot.com

Init -->

var options = {type: "oauth",value: token} var options = {type: "hapikey",value: hapikey}

init = obj =>

Contacts -->

  • getAll: [properties] =>
  • getRecent: [properties] =>
  • getByEmail: email =>
  • getByID: id =>
  • create: properties =>
  • createOrUpdate: (email,properties) =>
  • update: (vid,properties) =>
  • updateByEmail: (email,properties) =>
  • delete: vid =>
  • search: query =>
  • getBatchByID: (vids,properties) =>
  • getBatchByEmail: (emails,properties,portalID) =>
  • getByUTK: utk =>
  • merge: (vidPrimary,vidSecondary) =>
  • createOrUpdateByBatch: body =>

Companies -->

  • create: properties =>
  • update: (companyID,properties) =>
  • delete: (id,portalID) =>
  • getAll: [properties] =>
  • getRecentlyModified: () =>
  • getRecentlyCreated: () =>
  • getByDomain: domain =>
  • getByID: id =>
  • getContactsByCompanyID: (companyID,portalID) =>
  • getContactIDsByCompanyID: (companyID,portalID) =>
  • addContactToCompany: (companyID,vid) =>
  • removeContactFromCompany: (companyID,vid) =>

Deals -->

  • create: body =>
  • update: (dealID,properties) =>
  • getAll: [properties] =>
  • getRecentlyModified: () =>
  • getRecentlyCreated: () =>
  • delete: (dealID,portalID) =>
  • getByID: id =>
  • associate: (dealID,objType,objIDs) =>
  • removeAssociateObject: (dealID,objType,objIDs) =>
  • getAssociatedDeals: (objType, id) =>
  • updateGroupOfDeals: body =>

Owner -->

  • getByEmail: email =>
  • getAll: (includeInactive) =>

Engagements -->

  • create: (properties) =>
  • update: (id,properties) =>
  • getByID: id =>
  • delete: id =>
  • associate: (id,objType,objID) =>
  • getAll: () =>
  • getAssociatedEngagements: (objType,objID) =>

CRM -->

  • createContactAndAssociateToCompany: (properties,companyID) =>
  • createContactAndAssociateToDeal: (properties,dealID) =>
  • createEngagementAndAssociateToContact: (properties,vid) =>

Util -->

  • getDailyUsage: () =>

You can run the tests.js file to run the Mocha test script with some minor adjustments to the files in the test folder.

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