A Node.js module to help you interface the Rackspace Cloud API in your code.
rackspace-api is a Node.js module to help you interface the Rackspace Cloud API in your code.
Clone this repository:
git clone https://github.com/GradysGhost/node-rackspace-api.git ~/node-rackspace-api
Copy the module directory to your destination project:
cp -r ~/node-rackspace-api/rackspace-api ~/your-project/nodemodules
It's still in it's infancy right now, so you shouldn't use this in production. All the same, it should work with a standard
var rackApi = require("rackspace-api");
Then get yourself an instance.
var api = new rackApi(username, password, authType, authEndpoint);
username- Your Rackspace Cloud username
password- Depending on the
authTypevalue, this should either be your password or API key
"password"; defaults to
"uk"; defaults to
This will create a new Api object.
callback- A callback function taking two arguments:
jsonContent- The JSON response from the authentication server containing (see http://docs.rackspace.com/servers/api/v2/cs-devguide/content/auth-response-description.html)
serviceObjects- An object containing other objects, each one a code object representing a Rackspace Cloud API service endpoint, as described below
This object gets created internally when calling
listServers (callback, params)- Gets a list of servers at this endpoint
callback- The function to call when the transaction completes. Accepts one argument,
servers, which is a list of servers.
params- Parameters as described in http://docs.rackspace.com/servers/api/v2/cs-devguide/content/List_Servers-d1e2078.html
listImages (callback, params)- Same as
listServers, but with images
listFlavors (callback, params)- Same as above.
flavorDetails (id, callback)- Retrieves the details of the flavor specified by
id. A list of flavor IDs can be retrieved with
imageDetails (id, callback)- Retrieves the details of the image specified by
id. A list of image IDs can be retrieved with
There is more to come with this, but as stated above, this is still in very early development.