Official Spark cloud API library.

SparkJS: A Javascript library for Spark devices

SparkJS is a library for interacting with your cores and the Spark Cloud. It uses node.js and can run on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux fairly easily. It can also run in the browser without node.js. It's also open source so you can edit, change or even send in pull requests if you want to share!

Complete documentation can be found in Spark Docs

First, make sure you have node.js installed!

Next, open a command prompt or terminal, and install by typing:

$ npm install -g spark
var Spark = require('spark');
Spark.login({ username: '', password: 'password' }, function(errbody) {
  console.log('API call login completed on callback:', body);

For further examples visit /examples directory:

Complete documentation can be found in Spark Docs

It's important that you login before executing any command.

Every function returns a promise for you to handle the async result, or you can pass a callback function. (Please note that if a callback function is passed, the function will return null instead of a promise)

More examples on how to use promises/callbacks visit:

  • compileCode
  • createUser
  • callFunction
  • claimCore
  • downloadBinary
  • flashCore
  • getAttributes
  • getAttributesForAll
  • getEventStream
  • getVariable
  • listDevices
  • login
  • onEvent
  • publishEvent
  • removeCore
  • removeToken
  • renameCore
  • signalCore

You can get a list of devices by calling: Spark.devices

Each device has the following parameters:

  • name
  • connected
  • variables
  • functions
  • version
  • requiresUpgrade

And you can call the following commands on it:

  • callFunction
  • claim
  • flash
  • subscribe
  • getVariable
  • onEvent
  • remove
  • rename
  • sendPublicKey
  • signal
  • stopSignal
  • getAttributes

Complete documentation can be found in Spark Docs

Install your local dependencies:

$ npm install

Install globally mocha, istanbul uglify-js and jshint

$ npm install -g mocha
$ npm install -g istanbul
$ npm install -g uglify-js
$ npm install -g jshint

make test

make lint

make cover

Version 0.1.0 Initial release Version 0.2.1 Publishing, test release Version 0.2.2 Pulling in getDevice Version 0.2.4 adding some basic parsing to the getEventStream function, now returns an object Version 0.2.5 fixing a callback param bug in getEventStream Version 0.2.6 fixing minified js