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rawger

1.3.2 • Public • Published

rawger

⚔ rawg.io api client ⚔
An easy to use client with built-in caching

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Built with ❤︎ by orels1

Installation

# with npm 
npm i --save rawger
 
#with yarn 
yarn add rawger

Documentation

Full documentation is available here

Usage Examples

Check examples folder for more usage examples

Unauthenticated client

const Rawger = require('rawger');
 
// initialize rawger with default 60s cache
// you can supply a different timeout (check examples folder)
// or use rawger.purgeCache(); to force-clear the cache altogether
// ⚠ starting with v1.1 you need to always await the init process
const rawger = await Rawger();
const { users } = rawger;
 
// get "Currently Playing" games for user
const playing = (await users('orels1').games('playing')).get();
 
// get count of owned games
const owned = (await users('orels1').games('owned')).count();
 
// get raw api response object for "Want to Play" games
const raw = (await users('orels1').games('toplay')).raw();
 
// get user profile
const profile = (await users('orels1').profile()).get();

Authenticated client

You can also initialize an authenticated client to perform such actions as game status updates, reviews publishing and so on.

const Rawger = require('rawger');
 
// make sure to `await` the init process
const rawger = await Rawger({
  email: 'some@email.com',
  password: 'do-not-share-this'
});
const { users } = rawger;
 
// set FarCry 5 to "Currently Playing" for current account
await users('orels1').update().game('23585', { status: 'playing'});

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Install

npm i rawger

DownloadsWeekly Downloads

3

Version

1.3.2

License

MIT

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