Celsius JavaScript SDK provides an easy and secure way to communicate with the Celsius API.
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README.md

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The official Celsius Network SDK for JavaScript, currently available for Node.js backends.

For release notes, see the CHANGELOG.

Installation

For use on Node.js backends, you can install the Celsius SDK by running the following NPM command:

npm install celsius-sdk --save

or if using yarn

yarn add celsius-sdk

Documentation

For using the SDK and Celsius API please consult the Celsius Developer Docs.

Contributing

Reporting bugs

Bugs are reported to the GitHub Issues Page.

Development

Prerequisites:

  • yarn installed
  • node 8.x or later installed

Branching strategy: GitFlow.

Steps:

  1. Develop your feature in the feature/<feature-name> branch.
  2. Create a pull request from your branch to the develop.
  3. Once accepted, your feature will go live in the next release.