var racker = ;racker;
$ npm install racker
Racker authenticates automatically once you attempt to issue a request, it will also re authenticate automatically if the token has expired.
So you just need to set your credentials and you'r ready to issue requests.
var racker = ;racker; // defaulted to us
That's it this Racker instance will now wait until you attempt to issue a request.
Note that the list is always defaulted to
json and will be parsed
for you by superagent, the length of the list is defaulted to
you can change those with
// containersracker;// objects from a containerracker;// listing more than 50 at onceracker;
To run the test suite create a
$ npm install$ make test
I accept pull requests this library is not yet full featured, i have several features i plan on implementing see todos below.
request.meta()to set object / container metas.
response.meta()to get object / container metas.