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hubspot-api-nodejs

NodeJS v3 HubSpot API SDK(Client) files

Sample apps

Please, take a look at our Sample apps

Installing

npm install @hubspot/api-client

Instantiate client

const hubspot = require('@hubspot/api-client')
const hubspotClient = new hubspot.Client({ accessToken: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN })

For ES modules

import { Client } from "@hubspot/api-client";
const hubspotClient = new Client({ accessToken: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN });

You'll need to create a private app to get your access token or you can obtain OAuth2 access token.

You can provide developer API key. There is no need to create separate client instances for using endpoints with API key and Developer API key support.

const hubspotClient = new hubspot.Client({ developerApiKey: YOUR_DEVELOPER_API_KEY })
const hubspotClient = new hubspot.Client({ accessToken: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN, developerApiKey: YOUR_DEVELOPER_API_KEY })

To change the base path:

const hubspotClient = new hubspot.Client({ accessToken: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN, basePath: 'https://some-url' })

To add custom headers to all request:

const hubspotClient = new hubspot.Client({
    accessToken: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN,
    defaultHeaders: { 'My-header': 'test-example' },
})

If you're an app developer, you can also instantiate a client and obtain a new accessToken with your app details and a refresh_token:

hubspotClient.oauth.tokensApi
    .createToken('refresh_token', undefined, undefined, YOUR_CLIENT_ID, YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET, YOUR_REFRESH_TOKEN)
    .then((results) => {
        console.log(results)

        // this assigns the accessToken to the client, so your client is ready
        // to use
        hubspotClient.setAccessToken(results.accessToken)

        return hubspotClient.crm.companies.basicApi.getPage()
    })

Usage

All methods return a promise. The success includes the serialized to JSON body and response objects. Use the API method via:

hubspotClient.crm.contacts.basicApi
    .getPage(limit, after, properties, propertiesWithHistory, associations, archived)
    .then((results) => {
        console.log(results)
    })
    .catch((err) => {
        console.error(err)
    })

{EXAMPLE} Create Contact, Company and associate created objects

const contactObj = {
    properties: {
        firstname: yourValue,
        lastname: yourValue,
    },
}
const companyObj = {
    properties: {
        domain: yourValue,
        name: yourValue,
    },
}

const createContactResponse = await hubspotClient.crm.contacts.basicApi.create(contactObj)
const createCompanyResponse = await hubspotClient.crm.companies.basicApi.create(companyObj)
await hubspotClient.crm.companies.associationsApi.create(
    createCompanyResponse.id,
    'contacts',
    createContactResponse.id,
    'company_to_contact'
)

{EXAMPLE} Update multiple objects in batch mode

const dealObj = {
    id: yourId,
    properties: {
        amount: yourValue,
    },
}

const dealObj2 = {
    id: yourId,
    properties: {
        amount: yourValue,
    },
}

await hubspotClient.crm.deals.batchApi.update({ inputs: [dealObj, dealObj2] })

{EXAMPLE} Import Contacts:

first option with fs.ReadStream

const fs = require('fs')

const fileName = 'test.csv'

const importRequest = {
    name: 'import(' + fileName + ')',
    files: [
        {
            fileName: fileName,
            fileFormat: 'CSV',
            fileImportPage: {
                hasHeader: true,
                columnMappings: [
                    {
                        columnName: 'First Name',
                        propertyName: 'firstname',
                        columnObjectType: 'CONTACT',
                    },
                    {
                        columnName: 'Email',
                        propertyName: 'email',
                        columnObjectType: 'CONTACT',
                    },
                ]
            }
        }
    ]
}
const importFileReadStream = fs.createReadStream(fileName)
const response = await  hubspotClient.crm.imports.coreApi.create(importFileReadStream, JSON.stringify(importRequest));

console.log(JSON.stringify(response))

second option with RequestDetailedFile

const fs = require('fs')

const fileName = 'test.csv'
const importRequest = {
    name: 'import(' + fileName + ')',
    files: [
        {
            fileName: fileName,
            fileFormat: 'CSV',
            fileImportPage: {
                hasHeader: true,
                columnMappings: [
                    {
                        columnName: 'First Name',
                        propertyName: 'firstname',
                        columnObjectType: 'CONTACT',
                    },
                    {
                        columnName: 'Email',
                        propertyName: 'email',
                        columnObjectType: 'CONTACT',
                    },
                ]
            }
        }
    ]
}

const importFileConfig = {
    value: fs.readFileSync(fileName, "utf8"),
    options: {
        filename: fileName,
        contentType: 'text/csv',
    },
}
const result = await  hubspotClient.crm.imports.coreApi.create(importFileConfig, JSON.stringify(importRequest));

console.log(JSON.stringify(result))

{EXAMPLE} Search Contacts:

Only 3 FilterGroups with max 3 Filters are supported.

Despite 'sorts' is an array, however, currently, only one sort parameter is supported.

In JS 'sort' it's possible to set as:

  1. < propertyName > - returned results will be sorted by provided property name in 'ASCENDING' order. e.g: 'hs_object_id'
  2. < stringified sort object > - returned results will be sorted by provided property name and sort direction. e.g: JSON.stringify({ propertyName: 'hs_object_id', direction: 'ASCENDING' }) or JSON.stringify({ propertyName: 'hs_object_id', direction: 'DESCENDING' })
  3. < sort object > - returned results will be sorted by provided property name and sort direction. e.g: { propertyName: 'hs_object_id', direction: 'ASCENDING' } or { propertyName: 'hs_object_id', direction: 'DESCENDING' }

In TS works only the first two options.

after for initial search should be set as 0

const filter = { propertyName: 'createdate', operator: 'GTE', value: `${Date.now() - 30 * 60000}` }
const filterGroup = { filters: [filter] }
const sort = JSON.stringify({ propertyName: 'createdate', direction: 'DESCENDING' })
const query = 'test'
const properties = ['createdate', 'firstname', 'lastname']
const limit = 100
const after = 0

const publicObjectSearchRequest = {
    filterGroups: [filterGroup],
    sorts: [sort],
    query,
    properties,
    limit,
    after,
}

const result = await hubspotClient.crm.contacts.searchApi.doSearch(publicObjectSearchRequest)
console.log(JSON.stringify(result))

Get all:

getAll method is available for all major objects (Companies, Contacts, Deals, LineItems, Products, Quotes & Tickets) and works like

const allContacts = await hubspotClient.crm.contacts.getAll()

Please note that pagination is used under the hood to get all results.

OAuth

Obtain your authorization url

const clientId = 'your_client_id'
const redirectUri = 'take_me_to_the_ballpark'
const scope = 'some scopes'
const uri = hubspotClient.oauth.getAuthorizationUrl(clientId, redirectUri, scope)

Obtain an access token from an authorization_code

return hubspotClient.oauth.tokensApi.createToken(
        'authorization_code',
        code, // the code you received from the oauth flow
        YOUR_REDIRECT_URI,
        YOUR_CLIENT_ID,
        YOUR_CLIENT_SECRET,
    ).then(...)

CMS

Get audit logs

const auditLogsResponse = await hubspotClient.cms.auditLogs.defaultApi.getPage()

Not wrapped endpoint(s)

It is possible to access the hubspot request method directly, it could be handy if client doesn't have implementation for some endpoint yet. Exposed request method benefits by having all configured client params.

hubspotClient.apiRequest({
    method: 'PUT',
    path: '/some/api/not/wrapped/yet',
    body: { key: 'value' },
})

get contacts

const response = await hubspotClient.apiRequest({
    method: 'get',
    path: '/crm/v3/objects/contacts',
})
const json = await response.json()
console.log(json)

upload a file

const formData = new FormData();
const options = {
// some options
};
formData.append("folderPath", '/');
formData.append("options", JSON.stringify(options));
formData.append("file", fs.createReadStream('file path'));

const response = await hubspotClient.apiRequest({
    method: 'POST',
    path: '/filemanager/api/v3/files/upload',
    body: formData,
    defaultJson: false
});

console.log(response);

Typescript

You may use this library in your Typescript project via:

import * as hubspot from '@hubspot/api-client'
const hubspotClient = new hubspot.Client({ accessToken: YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN , developerApiKey: YOUR_DEVELOPER_API_KEY })

License

Apache 2.0

Contributing

Install project dependencies with

npm install

You can run the tests by executing:

npm run test

You can check the TypeScript code by running:

npm run lint

If there is a linting error based on formatting, you can run the command below to auto-correct the formatting:

npm run prettier:write