@npm/acl-client
A client for npm's internal acl service, and maybe eventually api.npmjs.com
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@npm/acl-client

A client for npm's internal acl service, and maybe eventually api.npmjs.com

Basic Usage

var npm = require('acl-client')()

npm.packages.get('browserify')
  .then(function(pkg){ /* yay */ })
  .catch(function(err){ /* oof */ })
  • The client is stateless and has zero configuration.
  • All operations return a request request wrapped in a promise.
  • To override the default host of api.npmjs.com set process.env.ACL_CLIENT_HOST.

Options

Every request takes an optional options object as its last argument. The following options are allowed:

  • ttl - time in seconds to cache the response in redis. If not set, cache will not be used. Value can also be a human-friendly string like 5 minutes or 4 hours.
  • bearer - a string of the current username. Can be used if hapiRequest is not available. If both hapiRequest and bearer options are specified, bearer takes precedence.
  • logger - an object with four methods: debug, info, warn, and error. See the bole API for more info.
  • hapiRequest - a Hapi request object. If the request is from a logged-in user, this will set bearer automatically. The client will also emit log messages using the given request's logger.

Auth

All PUT, POST, and DELETE operations require a bearer token. Some GET requests do too.

To inject a bearer token into the request, pass a hapi request object as the last argument, or an object with a bearer string:

npm.collaborators.get('@npm/foo', {hapiRequest: request})
// or
npm.collaborators.get('@npm/foo', {bearer: 'zeke'})

Caching

To enable the built-in redis cache, set ACL_CLIENT_REDIS_URL in the environment before requiring the client. To cache a request, specify a TTL in seconds or a human-friendly string like 5 hours or 20 minutes.

// set this _before_ requiring the module
process.env.ACL_CLIENT_REDIS_URL = 'redis://localhost:6379'

// initialize the client. The redis instance will be attached to each method
var npm = require('@npm/acl-client')()

// set a `ttl` option in seconds
npm.packages.get('browserify', {ttl: 60})

// or use a human-friendly string
npm.packages.get('browserify', {ttl: '2 hours'})

To invalidate the cache for a specific request, call that request's cache.drop method, passing the same arguments used when making the initial request:

npm.packages.get.cache.drop('browserify')
  .then(function(){
    // bye-bye browserify
  })

Note: the optional options object used to initially make the request, e.g. {ttl: 60, logger: null}, need not be present when calling cache.drop()

Environment Variables

  • ACL_CLIENT_HOST (required): the hostname (and optional port) to make requests to, sans http(s) scheme.
  • ACL_CLIENT_CUSTOMER_HOST (optional): the hostname for npm.customer requests
  • ACL_CLIENT_REDIS_URL (optional): a redis instance for caching request responses

API

See dist/operations.json for more details about the methods below.

packages.get(packageName, [query], [options])

  • Get metadata for a specific npm package
  • GET /package/{packageName}

packages.list([query], [options])

  • Get collections of packages, sorted various ways
  • GET /package

packages.count([query], [options])

  • Get a count of all the public packages in the registry
  • GET /package/-/count

packages.star(packageName, body, [options])

  • Star a package
  • PUT /package/{packageName}/star

packages.perms(packageName, [query], [options])

  • Get an aggregate permissions object for a package. This endpoint is used internally by the cache.
  • GET /package/{packageName}/perms

packages.delete(packageName, [options])

  • Delete a package. Meant for admin purposes, such as unpublish.
  • DELETE /package/{packageName}

packages.create(body, [options])

  • create a new package (infers whether org or user based on scope).
  • PUT /package

packages.getDefaultTeam(packageName, [query], [options])

  • Get the default team for the package. Bearer user must be super-admin, team-admin of the default team or owner of the package
  • GET /package/{packageName}/default-team

collaborators.list(packageName, [query], [options])

  • Get all collaborators on a package
  • GET /package/{packageName}/collaborators

collaborators.add(packageName, body, [options])

  • Add a new collaborator to a package
  • PUT /package/{packageName}/collaborators

collaborators.update(packageName, userName, body, [options])

  • Update a collaborator
  • POST /package/{packageName}/collaborators/{userName}

collaborators.delete(packageName, userName, [options])

  • Remove a collaborator from package
  • DELETE /package/{packageName}/collaborators/{userName}

users.create(body, [options])

  • Create a new npm user account
  • PUT /user

users.update(userName, body, [options])

  • Update an npm user account
  • POST /user/{userName}

users.get(userName, [query], [options])

  • Get metdata for a specific user
  • GET /user/{userName}

users.delete(userName, [options])

  • Delete a user
  • DELETE /user/{userName}

users.login(userName, body, [options])

  • Authenticate a user with username and password.
  • POST /user/{userName}/login

users.verify(userName, body, [options])

  • Verify a user's email address
  • POST /user/{userName}/verify

users.getPackages(userName, [query], [options])

  • Get all packages collaborated on by a specific user. A bearer token is provided indicating the user requesting the listing. Returns all packages that user has write access to, and that the user associated with the bearer token has read or write access to.
  • GET /user/{userName}/package

users.getStars(userName, [query], [options])

  • Get a list of packages starred by the given user.
  • GET /user/{userName}/stars

users.createPackage(userName, body, [options])

  • Create a placeholder package
  • PUT /user/{userName}/package

users.setLicense(userName, body, [options])

  • Associate a license with a user. internal API endpoint, no bearer token required.
  • POST /user/{userName}/license

users.getLicense(userName, body, [options])

  • Fetch the license associated with a user.
  • POST /user/{userName}/license

users.search([query], [options])

  • Perform typeahead search based on email or name.
  • GET /user/-/search

teams.update(teamName, body, [options])

  • Update a team's meta-information. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer user must be team-admin or super-admin
  • POST /team/{teamName}

teams.delete(teamName, [options])

  • Delete a team.
  • DELETE /team/{teamName}

teams.addPackage(teamName, body, [options])

  • Add a package to a team. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer user must be team-admin or super-admin.
  • POST /team/{teamName}/package

teams.removePackage(teamName, [options])

  • Remove a package from the team. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer user must be team-admin or super-admin
  • DELETE /team/{teamName}/package

teams.addUser(teamName, body, [options])

  • Add a user to the team. Bearer user must be team-admin or super-admin
  • POST /team/{teamName}/user

teams.removeUser(teamName, [options])

  • Remove a user from the team. Bearer user must be team-admin or super-admin
  • DELETE /team/{teamName}/user

orgs.create(body, [options])

  • Create an organization.
  • PUT /org

orgs.get(orgName, [query], [options])

  • Get an organization's meta information.
  • GET /org/{orgName}

orgs.delete(orgName, [options])

  • Delete an organization. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer user must be a super-admin of org.
  • DEL /org/{orgName}

orgs.update(orgName, body, [options])

  • update the organization's meta information. bearer token must be provided. bearer must be a super-admin of the org.
  • POST /org/{orgName}

orgs.addUser(orgName, body, [options])

  • Add a user to the organization. Bearer token must be provided. Bearer must be a super-admin of the org
  • PUT /org/{orgName}/user

orgs.users.list(orgName, [query], [options])

  • Get users within organization. TODO: we should allow users to announce whether or not they are within the org. Currently we default to this information being public.
  • GET /org/{orgName}/user

orgs.users.delete(orgName, [options])

  • Delete user from organization. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer must be super-admin of organization.
  • DEL /org/{orgName}/user

orgs.users.update(orgName, userName, body, [options])

  • Update a user's role within the organization. Bearer token must be provided. Bearer must be super-admin of organization
  • POST /org/{orgName}/user/{userName}

orgs.packages.list(orgName, [query], [options])

  • Get all packages within organization. Bearer token must be provided. If bearer is not part of org, public packages for org are returned. If bearer is developer, or team-admin, packages for teams that they are on are returned. If the bearer is a super-admin of the org, all packages for the org are returned.
  • GET /org/{orgName}/package

orgs.packages.create(orgName, body, [options])

  • Create a package. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer must be member of organization.
  • PUT /org/{orgName}/package

orgs.teams.list(orgName, [query], [options])

  • Get all teams within the organization. Bearer token must be provided. Bearer must be member of organization. If bearer is developer a list of all the teams that they are part of is returned. If bearer is team-admin or super-admin, a list of all teams is returned.
  • GET /org/{orgName}/team

orgs.teams.create(orgName, body, [options])

  • Create a team. Bearer token must be provided, and bearer must be super-admin or team-admin.
  • PUT /org/{orgName}/team

orgs.listScopes(orgName, [query], [options])

  • List an organization's scopes. Bearer token must be provided. Bearer must be a member of the organization.
  • GET /org/{orgName}/scope

orgs.setLicense(orgName, body, [options])

  • Associate a license with an org by id. Internal API endpoint, no bearer token required.
  • POST /org/{orgName}/license

customers.get(userName, [query], [options])

  • Fetch a customer record by npm username.
  • GET /stripe/{userName}

customers.create(body, [options])

  • Create a new customer.
  • PUT /stripe

customers.update(userName, body, [options])

  • Create a new customer.
  • POST /stripe/{userName}

customers.delete(userName, [options])

  • Delete a customer by npm username.
  • DELETE /stripe/{userName}

How it Works

src/operations.yml defines a list of http operations. An operation looks like this:

name: packages.get
description: Get metadata for a specific npm package
path: /package/{name}
method: GET

When you require('acl-client')(), the index iterates over each operation in the schema and binds a reusable request function to each. The end result is a tree of functions, namespaced by their dot-delimited name property from the schema:

packages: {
  get: [Function],
  list: [Function],
  count: [Function],
  star: [Function],
  perms: [Function],
  delete: [Function],
  create: [Function],
  getDefaultTeam: [Function]
},
collaborators: {
  list: [Function],
  add: [Function],
  update: [Function],
  delete: [Function]
},
...

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