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intercom.io

An NodeJS API client for intercom.io

intercom.io

http://tarunc.github.io/intercom.io/

An API client in Node.JS for talking to intercom.io. This package implements the complete API for talking with the intercom.io API -- users, messages, impressions, tags, notes and more. This library's methods support promises (methodName().then(resolve, reject))(thru q) and node style callbacks (methodName(function(err, data){ /* callback code */ })).

There complete docs can be found here - http://doc.intercom.io/api. See docs for complete API documentation of this library and all the methods that we support. See tests for more examples.

** NOTE: This library is not maintained be me anymore. Pull requests are still welcome and will be merged appropriately. An excellent replacement to use is Intercom's Node Library. **

To install the latest stable release with the command-line tool:

npm install --save intercom.io

See this library's docs for complete API documentation and the intercom API documentation.

var Intercom = require('intercom.io');
 
var options = {
  personalAccessToken: "your_access_token", // Intercom Access Token 
  timeout: 60 * 1000 // Timeout (in ms) for requests to the intercom API 
};
 
var intercom = new Intercom(options);
// Can also be written as: 
// var intercom = new Intercom("your_access_token"); 
 
 
// Usage with appId and apiKey 
// appId and appKey will be disabled on intercom as of Jan 2017 and will be replaced by Personal Access Tokens 
// See https://developers.intercom.com/docs/personal-access-tokens 
var options = {
  apiKey: "your_API_key", // Your Personal Intercom API Key 
  appId: "your_APP_ID" // Your Intercom App Id 
};
 
var intercom = new Intercom(options);
// Can also be written as: 
// var intercom = new Intercom("your_APP_ID", "your_API_key"); 
 
// Note: you can also require and create an instance in the same step if you would like. 
// Example: 
// var intercom = require('intercom.io').create("your_APP_ID", "your_API_key"); 
// or 
// var intercom = require('intercom.io').create(options); 
 
// To create a user 
// Every method supports promises or callbacks. 
intercom.createUser({
  "email" : "ben@intercom.io",
  "user_id" : "7902",
  "name" : "Ben McRedmond",
  "created_at" : 1257553080,
  "custom_data" : {"plan" : "pro"},
  "last_seen_ip" : "1.2.3.4",
  "last_seen_user_agent" : "ie6",
  "companies" : [
    {
      "id" : 6,
      "name" : "Intercom",
      "created_at" : 103201,
      "plan" : "Messaging",
      "monthly_spend" : 50
    }
  ],
  "last_request_at" : 1300000000
}, function(err, res) {
  // err is an error object if there was an error 
  // res is **JSON** response 
  // In this case: 
  // { 
  //   "intercom_id": "52322b3b5d2dd84f23000169", 
  //   "email": "ben@intercom.io", 
  //   "user_id": "7902", 
  //   "name": "Ben McRedmond", 
  //   "created_at": 1257553080, 
  //   "last_impression_at": 1300000000, 
  //   "custom_data": { 
  //     "plan": "pro" 
  //   }, 
  // ... 
  // ... 
  // ... 
  //   "session_count": 0, 
  //   "last_seen_ip": "1.2.3.4", 
  //   "last_seen_user_agent": "ie6", 
  //   "unsubscribed_from_emails": false 
  // } 
});
 
// To get a user 
// (using a promise) 
intercom.getUser({ "email": "ben@intercom.io" }).then(function(res) {
  // res is **JSON** response 
  // In this case: 
  // { 
  //   "intercom_id": "52322b396823b17b1100016a", 
  //   "email": "ben@intercom.io", 
  //   "user_id": "7902", 
  //   "name": "Ben McRedmond", 
  //   "created_at": 1257553080, 
  //   "last_impression_at": 1300000000, 
  //   "custom_data": { 
  //     "plan": "pro" 
  //   }, 
  // ... 
  // ... 
  // ... 
  //   "session_count": 0, 
  //   "last_seen_ip": "1.2.3.4", 
  //   "last_seen_user_agent": "ie6", 
  //   "unsubscribed_from_emails": false 
  // } 
}, function(err) {
  // err is an error object if there was an error 
});
 
// To get multiple users 
intercom.getUsers({
  page: 1,
  per_page: 500,
  tag_id: 7002,
  tag_name: "me"
}, function (err, res) {
  // err is an error object 
  // res is the **JSON** response 
  // { 
  //   "users": [ 
  //     { 
  //       "intercom_id": "52322b366823b173eb000170", 
  //       "email": "first.user@example.com", 
  //       "user_id": "123", 
  //       "name": "First User", 
  //       "created_at": 1270000000, 
  //       "last_impression_at": 1300000000, 
  //       "custom_data": { 
  //         "app_name": "Genesis", 
  // ... 
  // ... 
  // ... 
  //       "last_seen_user_agent": "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_3) AppleWebKit/535.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/17.0.963.56 Safari/535.11", 
  //       "unsubscribed_from_emails": false 
  //     } 
  //   ], 
  //   "total_count": 3, 
  //   "page": 1, 
  //   "next_page": null, 
  //   "previous_page": null, 
  //   "total_pages": 1 
  // } 
});

List of supported methods: (More methods on docs.)

* intercom.getPages
* intercom.getUsers
* intercom.getUser
* intercom.viewUser
* intercom.createUser
* intercom.updateUser
* intercom.deleteUser
* intercom.bulkAddUsers
* intercom.createContact
* intercom.updateContact
* intercom.deleteContact
* intercom.getContact
* intercom.viewContact
* intercom.getContacts
* intercom.convertContact
* intercom.listCompanies
* intercom.viewCompany
* intercom.createCompany
* intercom.updateCompany
* intercom.listCompanyUsers
* intercom.listAdmins
* intercom.createNote
* intercom.listNotes
* intercom.viewNote
* intercom.getTag
* intercom.createTag
* intercom.deleteTag
* intercom.updateTag
* intercom.listSegments
* intercom.viewSegment
* intercom.createEvent
* intercom.getCounts
* intercom.createUserMessage
* intercom.listConversations
* intercom.getConversation
* intercom.replyConversation
* intercom.markConversationAsRead
* intercom.closeConversation

See docs for complete API documentation and the intercom API documentation. See tests for more examples.

Note: Every method returns a promise but accepts callbacks too.

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2013-2016 Tarun Chaudhry <opensource@chaudhry.co>

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the 'Software'), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED 'AS IS', WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.