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sipgate-rest-api-client-v2

5.21.0 • Public • Published

sipgate rest api client v2

Client for the sipgate rest api v2.

This version is still under development and therefore subject to change.

Response error handling

Since version 5.0.0 all responses with a non-2xx status code result in a rejected promise. You can access response details through the payload property of the resulting error that fulfills the ResponseErrorPayload interface.

interface ResponseErrorPayload {
    status: number; // Response HTTP status code
    statusText: string; // Response HTTP status text
    body?: object; // Optional parsed JSON response body
}

Example

import createClient from 'sipgate-rest-api-client-v2';
const client = createClient('https://api.sipgate.com', 'SECRET_API_TOKEN');
 
client
  .getUsers()
  .then(users => console.log('Successfully fetched users', users))
  .catch(({ payload: { statusCode, statusText, body } }) => {
    console.warn(
      `Failed to fetch users! Got status code ${statusCode} and text ${statusText}`,
      body
    );
  });

Legacy response error handling

In versions prior 5.0.0 HTTP response errors were not handled correctly. On receiving a non-2xx HTTP response, your promise was not rejected but fulfilled with the error HTTP response body. If you need to keep the old behavior set the fourth parameter skipResponseErrorHandling of createClient to true.

Example

import createClient from 'sipgate-rest-api-client-v2';
 
const handlePromiseResolved = response => {
    if (!(response.status >= 200 && response.status < 300)) {
        throw new Error("Received invalid API response");
    }
    return response;
};
 
const client = createClient(
  'https://api.sipgate.com',
  'SECRET_API_TOKEN',
  handlePromiseResolved,
  true // activate skipping response error handling
);

You should use the third parameter onPromiseResolved: ((Response) => Response | PromiseLike<Response>) of createClient to implement your own error handling. The function you provide is executed as part of the promise handling chain.

Publish to NPM repository

Just publish with yarn.

yarn publish

This also commits and pushes any changes done by that command.

install

npm i sipgate-rest-api-client-v2

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348

version

5.21.0

license

Apache-2.0

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