openexchangerates.org client API module for nodejs
This implementation offers usage of promises in addition to the use of callbacks. All other functionality remains the same.
npm install openex
- Support for the /latest API
- Support for the /currencies API
- Can provide app_id
var openex = require'openex'
openex.app_id is set, it will be included in the API calls. For example, using https requires a paid app_id. Eg `openex.app_id = 'deadbeef'.
Queries the /latest API and then calls function cb(err, res) with the results. (disclaimer and license feel unnecessery and are removed from the returned object)
Queries the /currencies API and then calls function cb(err, res) with the results.
Queries the /historical API with the date provided and calls cb(err, res) with the results
- date: instance of Date, or string formatted 'YYYY-mm-dd'. Example: '2011-04-16'
httpsUse https when calling the API. Default: false
var openex = require'openex'openexlatestif errconsole.errorerrprocessexitconsole.log'1 USD = ' + resratesEUR + ' EUR'
- Include usage examples
Feedback, pull requests always welcome.
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