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lightrail-client

4.3.2 • Public • Published

Lightrail Client for JavaScript and TypeScript

Lightrail is a modern platform for digital account credits, gift cards, promotions, and points (to learn more, visit Lightrail). This is a basic library for developers to easily connect with the Lightrail API using Javascript or Typescript.

Features

The following features are supported in this version:

Contacts

Create, Get, List, Update, Delete, List Values, Attach Value

Values

Create, Get by Id, Get by FullCode, List, Update, Delete

Programs

Create, Get, List, Update, Delete, Create Issuance, Get Issuance, List Issuances

Transactions

Checkout, Debit, Credit, Transfer, Reverse, Capture Pending, Void Pending, Get, List

Currencies

Create, Get, List, Update, Delete

Note that the Lightrail API supports many other features and we are still working on covering them in this library. For a complete list of Lightrail API features check out the Lightrail API documentation.

Usage

Configuration

Before using this client, you'll need to configure it to use your API key:

const Lightrail = require('lightrail');
 
Lightrail.configure({
  apiKey: '<LIGHTRAIL API KEY>'
})

Compiling for node with webpack

This library uses superagent to facilitate network requests. To have webpack use the node-version of superagent your webpack config must include target: 'node'.

If when running your code you see the error TypeError: undefined is not a function then most likely you must include the following in the plugins section of your webpack config: plugins: [new webpack.DefinePlugin({"global.GENTLY": false})]. See https://github.com/felixge/node-formidable/issues/337 for an explanation.

Development

Testing

Testing requires a Lightrail account. Copy .env.example to .env and set your account's test API key which is available in the Lightrail web app.

Then you can run npm test.

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/Giftbit/lightrail-client-javascript.

Releasing (Lightrail team only)

  1. Update the version of the project in package.json following semantic versioning.
  2. Publish to npm with the command npm publish. Tests and linting run as part of this script.
  3. Create a GitHub release. The release name and tag must be v followed by the version number (eg: v1.2.3). The description must list changes and highlight any breaking changes.

License

This library is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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