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Slumber (Node.js version)

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Port of the Python’s slumber library in Node.js – A library that makes consuming a RESTful API easier and more convenient

Node’s Slumber is a Node.js library that provides convenient yet powerful object-oriented interface to RESTful APIs. It acts as a wrapper around the excellent request library and abstracts away the handling of URLs, serialization, and request processing.


  1. Install Node’s Slumber

    $ npm install slumber
  2. Use Node’s Slumber

Usage in CoffeeScript

slumber = require 'slumber'

# Connect to http://slumber.in/api/v1/ with the Basic Auth user/password of demo/demo
api = slumber.API 'http://slumber.in/api/v1/', { auth: ['demo', 'demo'] }, ->

  # GET http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/
  #     Note: Any kwargs passed to get(), post(), put(), delete() will be used as url parameters

  # POST http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/
  new_post = api('note').post({'title': 'My Test Note', 'content': 'This is the content of my Test Note!'})

  # PUT http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/{id}/
  api('note')(new_post['id']).put({'content': 'I just changed the content of my Test Note!'})

  # PATCH http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/{id}/
  api('note')(new_post['id']).patch({'content': 'Wat!'})

  # GET http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/{id}/

  # DELETE http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/{id}/

  api('resource').get {username: "example", api_key: "1639eb74e86717f410c640d2712557aac0e989c8"}

  # GET http://slumber.in/api/v1/note/?title__startswith=Bacon


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  • Node.js >= v0.10

See also

  • Browse examples in CoffeeScript and Javascript