@procore/js-sdk
@procore/js-sdk
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@procore/js-sdk

@procore/js-sdk

A node.js wrapper for the procore API

by procore

3.0.2 (see all)License:MITTypeScript:Built-In
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Procore JS SDK

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A node.js JS SDK for the Procore API.

Note: ECMAScript target is ES5.

Requirements

  • Node.js version 10.12 and above.
  • A registered app on the Procore Developer Portal.
  • A Node.js web server (such as Express) for server authentication.

Installation

yarn add @procore/js-sdk

We recommend installing the package with yarn.

Making Requests

At the core of the package is the client object. Clients are initialized with a client_id and client_secret which can be obtained by signing up for Procore's Developer Program. The redirect_uri used for authorization must be specified on the Manage App page for the App associated with the client_id in use.

The Client object exposes #get, #post, #put, #patch, and #delete methods to you.

client.get({ base, version?, action?, params?, qs? }: EndpointConfig)
client.post({ base, version?, action?, params?, qs? }: EndpointConfig)
client.put({ base, version?, action?, params?, qs? }: EndpointConfig)
client.patch({ base, version?, action?, params?, qs? }: EndpointConfig)
client.delete({ base, version?, action?, params?, qs? }: EndpointConfig)

Example

JS-SDK-Sample-App

Use js-sdk-sample-app as a getting started example application.

All paths are relative to https://{apiHostname}/{vapid|rest/{version}}/, the @procore/js-sdk will handle expanding them.

An API version may be specified in the version attribute to the client[method] function call, or the defaultVersion is used. The default version is v1.0 unless otherwise configured when instantiating the client (client(Authorizer, RequestInit, { defaultVersion: 'vapid' })).

A company id may be specified in the companyId attribute to the client[method] function call, or the defaultCompanyId value will be used when appending the Procore-Company-Id header to the request. (client(Authorizer, RequestInit, { defaultCompanyId: 10 })).

ExampleRequested URL
client.get({ base: '/example/{id}', params: { id: 42 } })https://app.procore.com/rest/v1.0/example/42
client.get({ base: '/example/{id}', params: { id: 42 }, version: 'v1.1' })https://app.procore.com/rest/v1.1/example/42
client.get({ base: '/example/{id}', params: { id: 42 }, version: 'vapid' })https://app.procore.com/vapid/example/42

Responses

A single API response contains the response body (JSON parsed), original request, and complete response: { body, request, response }. isomorphic-fetch is the underlying http library, so both the request and response follow its specification. See fetch for more details.

const procore = client(authorizer);
procore.get({
    base: '/projects',
    qs: { company_id: 1 }
  },
  {
    companyId: 1
  })
  .then({ body, request, response } => {
    console.log(body[0].name); // ACME Construction LLC.
    console.log(response.headers.get('Total')) // 865 (Total records for the resource)
  })
  .catch(error => {
    //Handle error
    console.log(error);
  });

or

const procore = client(authorizer);
async function getProjects() {
  const { body, request, response } = await procore
    .get({
      base: '/projects',
      qs: { company_id: 1 }
    },
    {
      companyId: 1
    })
    .catch(error => {
    // Handle error
    console.log(error);
  });
  console.log(body[0].name); // ACME Construction LLC.
  console.log(response.headers.get('Total')) // 865 (Total records for the resource)
}
getProjects();

Formatting the response

By default, the SDK tries to format the body as JSON, you can control the formatting of the body by passing the formatter option as follows:

const procore = client(authorizer);
// Create your own formatter
function formatter(response) {
  // Your custom formatter code.
  // Response supports .text() and .json()
}

// Pass the formatter configuration
procore.get({base: '/me'}, { formatter })

Multiple Procore Zones (MPZ)

All requests to the Procore API must include the Procore-Company-Id header to support Multiple Procore Zones (MPZ). See Multiple Procore Zones (MPZ) for more details. A Procore-Company-Id header will automatically be added to the request if the defaultCompanyId parameter is passed in the ClientOptions object or companyId parameter is passed in the RequestConfig object.

// Pass the defaultCompanyId configuration in the ClientOptions
const procore = client(authorizer, undefined, { defaultCompanyId: 10 });

procore.get(
  { base: "/projects" }
);

or

const procore = client(authorizer);

// Pass the companyId configuration in the RequestConfig
procore.get(
  { base: "/projects" },
  { companyId: procoreCompanyId }
);

Tests

yarn && yarn test

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/procore/js-sdk. This project is intended to be a safe, welcoming space for collaboration, and contributors are expected to adhere to the Contributor Covenant code of conduct.

  1. Create PR with version change npm version minor
  2. Merge PR
  3. Circle Ci will release a new version of the package

Use npm publish --dry-run to verify the contents of your new version.

License

The package is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

About Procore

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The @procore/js-sdk is maintained by Procore Technologies.

Procore - building the software that builds the world.

Learn more about the #1 most widely used construction management software at procore.com

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