node-lol-client

League of Legends API Client for Node

node-lol

This is a Node.js client to the official League of Legends API by Riot Games. For more information please visit https://developer.riotgames.com.

Example Usage

In order to use this library you need to obtain an API key by registering on the Riot Games Developer website (https://developer.riotgames.com).

    var lol = require('node-lol-client');
    var format = require('util').format;
 
    var config = {
        "url": "https://prod.api.pvp.net",
        "region": "na",
        "apiKey": "<YOUR_API_KEY>"
    };
 
    var client = lol.createClient(config);
    var summonerId;
 
    // Get summonerId by summoner name 
    client.summonerByName([ 'dyrus' ], onSummoner);
 
    function onSummoner(errsummoners) {
        if (err) {
            console.error(err);
            process.exit(1);
        }
        summonerId = summoners['dyrus'].id;
 
        // Get recent games by summonerId 
        client.gameBySummoner(summonerId, function (err2obj) {
            if (err2) {
                console.error(err2);
                process.exit(1);
            }
            var games = obj.games;
 
            console.log('GAME ID     GAME TYPE     GAME SUBTYPE     WIN?');
            games.forEach(function (game) {
                console.log(format('%d  %s  %s  %s', game.gameId, game.gameType,
                    game.subType, game.stats.win));
            });
 
            lol.close();
        });
    }

Client Reference

The following is the list of supported versions per API endpoint:

CHAMPION_VERSION = 'v1.1';
GAME_VERSION = 'v1.3';
LEAGUE_VERSION = 'v2.3';
STATS_VERSION = 'v1.2';
SUMMONER_VERSION = 'v1.3';
STATIC_VERSION = 'v1';
  • Response objects are not modified by this client. For this reason you can refer to the official website for the response formats of every function
  • Every callback invoked by this client is in the form of cb(err, object). As noted above, the format of the object is subject to the official API documentation
  • Every function tries to be consistent with each endpoint in terms of singular and plural word usage. For this reason there are functiones such as gameBySummoner() instead of gamesBySummoner(), as they directly match the "/game/by-summoner/{version/recent endpoint". But, suggestions are welcome!

Retrieve all champions that exist in the game.

  • options: This argument is the equivalent to the query parameters documented in the API

Retrieve all recent games by summonerId.

  • id: summonerId

Finish functions documentation

Installation

npm install node-lol-client

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2013 Andres Rodriguez

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