npm i @vonage/applications


Vonage API client for Node.js. API support for SMS, Voice, Text-to-Speech, Numbers, Verify (2FA) and more.

by Vonage

1.2.0 (see all)License:Apache-2.0TypeScript:Built-In
npm i @vonage/applications

Vonage Applications SDK for Node.js

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This is the Vonage Applications SDK for Node.js for use with Vonage APIs. To use it you will need a Vonage account. Sign up for free at vonage.com.

We recommend using this package as part of the overall @vonage/server-sdk package.

For full API documentation refer to developer.nexmo.com.


We recommend using this SDK as part of the overall @vonage/server-sdk package. Please see the main package for installation.

You can also use this SDK standalone if you only need access to just the Applications API.

With NPM

npm install @vonage/applications

With Yarn

yarn add @vonage/applications

Using the Vonage Applications SDK

As part of the Vonage Server SDK

If you are using this SDK as part of the Vonage Server SDK, you can access it as the applications property off of the client that you instantiate.

const { Vonage } = require('@vonage/server-sdk');

const vonage = new Vonage({
    apiKey: API_KEY,
    apiSecret: API_SECRET,
  }, options);

const balance = await vonage.applications.listApplications();


The SDK can be used standalone from the main Vonage Server SDK for Node.js if you only need to use the Applications API. All you need to do is require('@vonage/applications'), and use the returned object to create your own client.

const { Auth } = require('@vonage/auth');
const { Applications } = require('@vonage/applications');

const credentials = new Auth({
    apiKey: API_KEY,
    apiSecret: API_SECRET,
const options = { timeout: 1500 };

const applicationsClient = new Applications(credentials, options);

Where credentials is any option from @vonage/auth, and options is any option from @vonage/server-client


Most methods that interact with the Vonage API uses Promises. You can either resolve these yourself, or use await to wait for a response.

const applications = await applicationsClient.listApplications();

  .then(resp => console.log(resp))
  .catch(err => console.error(err));



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