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BFRHelpScoutDocsClient

Summary

BFRHelpScoutDocsClient is a basic wrapper around the HelpScout Docs API. It requires AFNetworking as a dependency.

Use it to pull a list of articles from HelpScout Docs, before showing the selected article to a user.

We'll be putting together a demo project to help you hook up to your HelpScout Docs shortly.

We use it in Buffer for iOS :-).

Installation

Cocoapod Coming Soon.

Quickstart

To get up and running quickly with BFRHelpScoutDocsClient, configure it using your access token!

[[BFRHelpScoutDocsClient sharedClient] setAccessToken:@"YOURKEYHERE"];

Fetch Categories

[[BFRHelpScoutDocsClient sharedClient] getCategoriesWithCollectionID:@"COLLECTIONID" success:^(id responseObject) {
    // Handle Response
} failure:^(NSError *error) {
    // Handle Error
}];

Fetch Articles

[[BFRHelpScoutDocsClient sharedClient] getArticlesWithinCategory:@"CATEGORYID" success:^(id responseObject) {
    // Handle Response
} failure:^(NSError *error) {
    // Handle Error
}];

Fetch Article ID

[[BFRHelpScoutDocsClient sharedClient] getArticleWithID:@"ARTICLEID" success:^(id responseObject) {
    // Handle Response
} failure:^(NSError *error) {
    // Handle Error
}];

Increase View Count

[[BFRHelpScoutDocsClient sharedClient] increaseViewCountForArticleWithID:@"ARTICLEID" success:^(id responseObject) {
    // Handle Response
} failure:^(NSError *error) {
    // Handle Error
}];

Going Forward

We regularly maintain this code, and you can also rest assured that it's been battle tested against thousands of users in production 👍. That said, we get things wrong from time to time - so feel free to open an issue for anything you spot!

We are always happy to talk shop, so feel free to give us a shout on Twitter:

Or, hey - why not work on the BFRHelpScoutDocsClient and get paid for it!? We're hiring!


Licence

This project uses MIT License.