Introducing JavaScript client for the Energomonitor API

Introducing JavaScript client for the Energomonitor API
08/01/2018 David Majda
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Building your own IoT application on top of the Energomonitor API  just became faster and more comfortable with our new JavaScript client.

Several months ago, we introduced the Energomonitor API. Its primary purpose is to allow users to access their data and build applications on top of the Energomonitor platform.

Since its introduction, the API was used by many users. One significant class of applications that can be built on top of it are browser-based interactive applications, which use the API from JavaScript. As with all other REST APIs, using the Energomonitor API directly leads to a lot of repetitive boilerplate code — we saw that in our own applications, which use the API too. To help with this problem, we implemented a JavaScript API client, which we are releasing today.

The client is an npm package, and it can be used both on the server and on the client (when bundled using webpack or some similar tool). It is open source, and we published its source code on GitHub.

We plan to update the client as we will extend our API and we welcome ideas and contributions. We are also interested to hear if you use our API form languages other than JavaScript. The JavaScript client is the first one, but not necessarily the last one.

Happy APIying 🙂

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