It also has command line interface (CLI) which gives interactive console (REPL), so you can learn the usage without hassle.
Supported Salesforce APIs are the following:
- REST API (SOQL, SOSL, describe, etc.)
- Apex REST
- Analytics API
- Bulk API
- Chatter API
- Metadata API
- SOAP API
- Streaming API
- Tooling API
See documentation in http://jsforce.github.io/ .
See license (MIT License).
- Shinichi Tomita firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions first file it on issues before contacting authors via e-mail.
In order to run tests you will need a Salesforce Developer Org
You will also need to install the JsforceTestSuite package, which can be done by running:
SF_USERNAME=myusername SF_PASSWORD=password+securityToken ./test/bin/org-setup
You may need to run this more then once if you encounter timeouts or dropped connections/
Finally, to run the tests simply do:
SF_USERNAME=myusername SF_PASSWORD=password+securityToken npm run test:node SF_USERNAME=myusername SF_PASSWORD=password+securityToken npm run test:browser
Your contributions are welcome: both by reporting issues on GitHub issues or pull-requesting patches.
If you want to implement any additional features, to be added to JSforce to our master branch, which may or may not be merged please first check current opening issues with milestones and confirm whether the feature is on road map or not.
If your feature implementation is brand-new or fixing unsupposed bugs in the library's test cases, please include addtional test codes in the