waze

client to fetch waze user trip data

fetch your commute data


npm install waze
var waze = require("waze");
 
var wazeLogin = {
  user_id: "myusername",
  password: "mypassword"
}
 
waze.createClient(wazeLogin, function(errclient) {
  
  client.trips.get(function(errtrips) {
 
    console.log("trip count: ", trips.length);
 
    var lastTrip = trips.shift();
    console.log("lastTrip: ", lastTrip);
 
    client.trip.get(lastTrip.id, function(errtrip){
      trip.forEach(function(segment){
        console.log("trip segment detail: ", segment);
      });  
    });
 
  });
});
npm test
node example/top-speed.js

outputs:

date       start    end      duration      name                                           meters kph 
2013-11-07 20:51:42 20:53:14 2 minutes     SR-90 W,Los Angeles                            2672   104 
2013-11-11 19:23:24 19:24:57 2 minutes     SR-90 W,Los Angeles                            2676   104 
2013-11-11 19:15:46 19:20:10 4 minutes     I-405 S,Los Angeles                            7618   104 
2013-11-07 20:51:03 20:51:18 a few seconds Exit 50B: Slauson Ave / Marina Fwy,Culver City 385    94  
2013-11-07 20:51:18 20:51:42 a few seconds to SR-90 W / Marina del Rey,Culver City        558    84  
2013-11-07 20:42:13 20:48:00 6 minutes     I-405 S,Los Angeles                            7958   83  
2013-11-05 17:19:05 17:19:10 a few seconds Sunset Blvd,West Hollywood                     116    79  
2013-11-11 19:22:55 19:23:24 a few seconds to SR-90 W / Marina del Rey,Culver City        564    71  
2013-11-11 19:21:17 19:22:34 a minute      I-405 S,Culver City                            1478   69 

Note: I'm using [node-replay][https://npmjs.org/package/replay] so you can run this script without needing your own account or drive data. To run it for yourself, edit the login info in top-speed.js. And either run with REPLAY=bloody node example/top-speed.js or comment the `require.