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    mindee

    1.1.0 • Public • Published

    API SDK for Node.js

    Installation

    From source code

    Download and decompress or clone the source code from github and then do in your node project :

    npm install mindee

    Usage

    You can use the SDK easily by creating a Client like this :

    const { Client } = require("mindee");
    
    const mindeeClient = new Client({
      invoiceToken: "invoiceApiToken",
      receiptToken: "receiptExpenseApiToken",
    });
    
    mindeeClient.invoice.parse({ input: "path/to/file", inputType: "file" });
    mindeeClient.receipt.parse({ input: base64String, inputType: "base64" });
    mindeeClient.financialDocument.parse({
      input: base64String,
      inputType: "base64",
    });

    Three apis are actually supported : invoice (ìnvoice), receipt (receipt) and financial document (financialDocument)

    You can find more examples on how to use the SDK into the folder examples

    Client

    The mindee Client can take multiple parameters to be initialize. Some this parameters can also be set with env variables. If the env variable and the parameter are both set, the parameter will be the one chosen by the client. This is a list of them:

    • invoiceToken (env variable : MINDEE_INVOICE_TOKEN) The expense api token
    • receiptToken (env variable : MINDEE_RECEIPT_TOKEN) The invoice api token
    • throwOnError (true by default) If true, the SDK will throw on error
    • debug (env variable : MINDEE_DEBUG, false by default) If true, logging will be in debug mode

    Depending on what type of document you want to parse, you need to add specifics auth token for each endpoint. We suggest storing your credentials as environment variables for security reasons.

    Parsing Invoices

    const { Client } = require("mindee");
    const fs = require("fs");
    
    // Invoice token can be set by Env (MINDEE_INVOICE_TOKEN) or via params (Client({invoiceToken: "token"}))
    const mindeeClient = new Client();
    
    // parsing invoice from pdf
    mindeeClient.invoice
      .parse({ input: "./documents/invoices/invoice.pdf" }) // see examples for more input types
      .then((res) => {
        console.log("Success !");
        console.log(res.invoices);
        console.log(res.invoice);
      })
      .catch((err) => {
        console.error(err);
      });

    Parsing receipts

    const { Client } = require("mindee");
    const fs = require("fs");
    
    // Receipt token can be set by Env (MINDEE_RECEIPT_TOKEN) or via params (Client({receiptToken: "token"}))
    const mindeeClient = new Client();
    
    // parsing receipt from picture
    mindeeClient.receipt
      .parse({ input: "./documents/receipts/receipt.jpg" }) // see examples for more input types
      .then((res) => {
        console.log("Success !");
        console.log(res.receipts);
        console.log(res.receipt);
      })
      .catch((err) => {
        console.error(err);
      });

    Parsing a mix of invoices and receipts: Financial document

    The Financial document API optimizes the parsing results when you don't know if your file is a receipt or an invoice.

    const { Client } = require("mindee");
    
    // Invoice token and Receipt token must be set
    // Receipt token can be set by Env (MINDEE_RECEIPT_TOKEN) or via params (Client({receiptToken: "token"}))
    // Invoice token can be set by Env (MINDEE_INVOICE_TOKEN) or via params (Client({invoiceToken: "token"}))
    
    const mindeeClient = new Client();
    
    // parsing receipt from picture
    mindeeClient.financialDocument
      .parse({ input: "./documents/receipts/receipt.jpg" })
      .then((res) => {
        console.log("Success !");
        console.log(res.financialDocuments);
        console.log(res.financialDocument);
      })
      .catch((err) => {
        console.error(err);
      });

    Tests

    First, link your package to the test repository by linking the node package to the tests :

    cd mindee-api-nodejs/
    npm link
    cd tests/
    npm link mindee

    To run the tests, use the command npm run test

    Documentation

    A basic documentation of the sdk has been done with the help of JSDoc. If you want to generate it, you can use the command npm run documentation. A folder docs will be created with generated documentation. Open the index.html in your browser to read the documentation.

    Install

    npm i mindee@1.1.0

    Version

    1.1.0

    License

    GPL-3.0

    Unpacked Size

    2.12 MB

    Total Files

    83

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