google-calendar

by wanasit

Google Calendar API connection in Node.js

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Google-Calendar

Google Calendar library for Node.js

npm install google-calendar

For 0.0.x users

This module (1.x.x) has been redesigned completely, so it is incompatible with the old version. The 0.0.x version is moved to branch name v0.

Usage

AccessToken & Authentication

This library requires Google API's Access Token with calendars scope.

var gcal = require('google-calendar');
var google_calendar = new gcal.GoogleCalendar(accessToken);

To get

accessToken
, use another authentication framework such as passport (recommended, but not required) for OAuth 2.0 authentication. You can take look at the example code in example folder.
var GoogleStrategy = require('passport-google-oauth').OAuth2Strategy;
var passport = require('passport');
var gcal     = require('google-calendar');

passport.use(new GoogleStrategy({ clientID: config.consumer_key, clientSecret: config.consumer_secret, callbackURL: "http://localhost:8082/auth/callback", scope: ['openid', 'email', 'https://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar'] }, function(accessToken, refreshToken, profile, done) {

//google_calendar = new gcal.GoogleCalendar(accessToken);

return done(null, profile);

} ));

API Usage

This library follows Google Calendar API v3 Reference.

GoogleCalendar.Resource.Method( required_param1, required_param2, optional, callback )

For example

var google_calendar = new gcal.GoogleCalendar(accessToken);

google_calendar.calendarList.list(function(err, calendarList) {

...

google_calendar.events.list(calendarId, function(err, calendarList) {

...

}); });

Running Tests

This library uses mocha test framework. All test files are included in folder

/specs
.

To run the test, you need to install the dev-dependencies.

npm install -d

You also need to fill

/specs/config.js
with your API key and refresh_token. See Google's document on OAuth2.

Note: The process for getting those credentials is still complicated; I'll improve this later.

module.exports = {
  consumer_key     : 'CONSUMER_KEY',
  consumer_secret  : 'CONSUMER_SECRET',
  refresh_token    : 'REFRESH_TOKEN',
}

The testcase involves calling Google Calendar and takes a long time to complete. Thus, running mocha with a high timeout parameter (more than 6 seconds) is recommended.

mocha ./specs --timeout 6000

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