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JavaScript SDK for Hanzo

Hanzo.js is a client and server-side library for Hanzo. It is a complete Ecommerce SDK for JavaScript.

With it you can:

  • Launch static sites to test new ideas or reach additional markets.
  • Gather detailed analytics about your users and their behavior.
  • Acquire, on-board and keep users.
  • Collect payments and create subscriptions for products, software or services.
  • Manage orders, shipping and fulfillment for products.
  • Run referral programs and other incentive-based programs for your business.

Install

$ npm install hanzo.js

Usage

You can embed Hanzo.js in your application or web page or on the server with Node. Getting started is easy: you just need an API key from Hanzo and a snippet of JavaScript to get going.

Browser

Include hanzo.js in your website or bundle it with your JavaScript application using your favorite build tool. All account and commerce related APIs are available in the browser making it possible to launch an ecommerce site without building, maintaining or securing any backend services.

<script src="https://cdn.rawgit.com/hanzoai/hanzo.js/v2.2.8/hanzo.min.js"></script>
<script>
var api = new Hanzo.Api({key: yourPublishedKey});
</script>

Make sure you use your published key and not your secret key!

Node

You can use either a published or secret key with the Node client. A secret key is required for full use of the Hanzo API.

Hanzo = require('hanzo.js');
var api = new Hanzo({key: yourSecretKey});

JavaScript API

Promises are returned by every asynchronous method when a callback is not provided. Error-first callbacks are optional to every asynchronous method and may be used interchangeably with the Promise-based API.

Promise style

Full Promise A+ compliant promises are returned by every API method call.

var promise = api.account.create({});

promise
  .then(success)
  .catch(failure)

Callback style

Node.js-style error first callbacks can also be supplied.

api.account.create({}, function(err, user) {
    // ...etc
});

API

new Hanzo.Api(opts)

Create a new Hanzo API Client. Has a high level API which returns objects directly.

Arguments
  • opts Options, optional
    • key Key to use during requests.
    • endpoint Defaults to 'https://api.hanzo.io'

new Hanzo.Client(opts)

Lower-level client which Api builds on. You can direct requests to Hanzo using blueprints.

Arguments
  • opts Options, optional
    • key Key to use during requests.
    • endpoint Defaults to 'https://api.hanzo.io'

client.request(blueprint [, data, key])

Make a request using blueprint. Returns a promise which eventually returns a response object or rejects with an Error.

Blueprints

A blueprint is a description of an API method including URL, method, etc. You can re-use the default blueprints pretty easily to make your own requests directly.

client.request(api.account.create, {email: '', ...})
    .then(function(res) {
        console.log(res.data)
        console.log(res.status)
    })
    .catch(function(err) {
        console.log(err.stack)
    })
Arguments
  • blueprint Description of API endpoint.
  • data Data to send to Hanzo.
  • key Key to use during requests.

Browser API

We only expose a subset of API methods to the Browser. Only the API calls which are possible with a publishable token or user token are available.

Account

Account API encompasses our authentication, login, and user creation APIs.

account.create(user [, callback])

This method creates a new user. It has more strict validation than the standard user API and will send welcome emails if configured.

Arguments
  • user, required.
    • firstName string, required.
    • lastName string, required.
    • email string, required.
    • password string, required.
    • passwordConfirm string, required.
  • callback, optional.
Returns

account.enable(token [, callback])

This method enable's a user account after creation using token provided in email.

Arguments
  • token string, required. This is the token that comes in when a user clicks the confirm email in their inbox.
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

account.get([callback])

This method returns account information for currently logged in user.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

account.exists(identifier [, callback])

This method checks to see if a exists, as per the identifier.

Arguments
  • identifier string, required. Can be a user's email, username, or unique id.
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

account.login(user [, callback])

This method logs in a user and sets a user token on the client for subsequent calls.

Arguments
  • user, required.
    • email string, required.
    • password string, required.
  • callback, optional.
Returns

account.logout([callback])

This method destroys the current user session.

Arguments
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • null

account.reset(reset [, callback])

This method starts the account reset process (such as if a user has forgotten their password)

Arguments
  • reset, required, contains the following key:
    • email, string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • null

account.confirm(tokenId [, callback])

This method completes the account reset process by confirming it with the ID garnished from the user's email.

Arguments
  • tokenId string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • null

account.update(user [, callback])

This method updates a user with new information. All fields in the user object are optional, but the ones given will overwrite whatever was there before.

Arguments
  • user, required.
    • firstName string, optional
    • lastName string, optional
    • phone string, optional
    • billingAddress string, optional
    • shippingAddress string, optional
    • email string, optional
  • callback, optional.
Returns

Checkout

Checkout encompasses the actual purchase of things from your website, and has support for both one and two step payment styles.

checkout.charge(opts [, callback])

This is the one-step payment process, which will attempt to both authorize and capture the payment at the same time.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
    • payment, payment information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information.

checkout.authorize(opts [, callback])

This is the first half of the two-step payment process, and will authorize the payment for later capture.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
    • payment, payment information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information.

checkout.capture(opts [, callback])

This is the first half of the two-step payment process, and will capture a payment that has been authorized prior.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
    • payment, payment information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information.

checkout.paypal(opts [, callback])

This initiates a PayPal payment.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information. PayKey is added to the order to allow for appropriate redirection to PayPal's site.

Collection

This describes a bundle of products that are bunched together for a specific sale.

collection.get(id, [, callback])

This gets the information of a collection with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

collection.list([callback])

This lists all the collections available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

Coupon

This is an entity that allows for special offers to be posted through your online store.

coupon.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a coupon with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

coupon.list([callback])

This lists all the coupons available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • coupon[], an array of available coupons.

Product

This is an entity that represents the things that are on offer at your site.

product.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a product with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

product.list([callback])

This lists all the products available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

Variant

This is an entity that represents a variation of a product that is available on your site.

variant.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a variant with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

variant.list([callback])

This lists all the variants available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

Server API

You have pretty much complete access to Hanzo from your own server with a secret key. Never share your secret key. All usages explained below are specifically for a Node.js server.

Account

Account API encompasses our authentication, login, and user creation APIs.

account.create(user [, callback])

This method creates a new user. It has more strict validation than the standard user API and will send welcome emails if configured.

Arguments
  • user, required.
    • firstName string, required.
    • lastName string, required.
    • email string, required.
    • password string, required.
    • passwordConfirm string, required.
  • callback, optional.
Returns

account.get([callback])

This method returns account information for currently logged in user.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

account.login(user [, callback])

This method logs in a user and sets a user token on the client for making calls on their behalf.

Arguments
  • user, required.
    • email string, required.
    • password string, required.
  • callback, optional.
Returns

account.logout([callback])

This method destroys the current user session.

Arguments
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • null

account.exists(identifier [, callback])

This method checks to see if a exists, as per the identifier.

Arguments
  • identifier string, required. Can be a user's email, username, or unique id.
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

account.reset(opts [, callback])

This method starts the account reset process (such as if a user has forgotten their password)

Arguments
  • opts, required, contains the following key:
    • email, string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • null

account.resetConfirm(tokenId [, callback])

This method completes the account reset process by confirming it with the ID garnished from the user's email.

Arguments
  • tokenId string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • null

account.update(user [, callback])

This method updates a user with new information. All fields in the user object are optional, but the ones given will overwrite whatever was there before.

Arguments
  • user, required.
    • firstName string, optional
    • lastName string, optional
    • phone string, optional
    • billingAddress string, optional
    • shippingAddress string, optional
    • email string, optional
  • callback, optional.
Returns

Checkout

Checkout encompasses the actual purchase of things from your website, and has support for both one and two step payment styles.

checkout.charge(opts [, callback])

This is the one-step payment process, which will attempt to both authorize and capture the payment at the same time.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
    • payment, payment information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information.

checkout.authorize(opts [, callback])

This is the first half of the two-step payment process, and will authorize the payment for later capture.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
    • payment, payment information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information.

checkout.capture(opts [, callback])

This is the first half of the two-step payment process, and will capture a payment that has been authorized prior.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
    • payment, payment information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information.

checkout.paypal(opts [, callback])

This initiates a PayPal payment.

Arguments
  • opts required, containing the following keys:
    • user, user making order.
    • order, order information.
  • callback, optional.
Returns
  • order, order information. PayKey is added to the order to allow for appropriate redirection to PayPal's site.

Collection

This entity represents a bundle of products that are available on your shop.

collection.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a collection with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

collection.list([callback])

This lists all the collections available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

collection.create(collection [, callback])

This creates a new collection.

Arguments
  • collection, collection information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • collection, the newly created collection, with unique identifier information added.

collection.update(collection [, callback])

This updates a collection with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • collection, collection information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the collection to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • collection, the newly modified collection, with unique identifier information added.

collection.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a collection from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Order

This represents a confirmed request for products.

order.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a order with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • order, order information.

order.list([callback])

This lists all the orders available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • order[], an array of available orders.

order.create(order [, callback])

This creates a new order.

Arguments
  • order, order information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • order, the newly created order, with unique identifier information added.

order.update(order [, callback])

This updates a order with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • order, order information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the order to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • order, the newly modified order, with unique identifier information added.

order.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a order from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Payment

This represents a transaction to give you money.

payment.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a payment with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

payment.list([callback])

This lists all the payments available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

payment.create(payment [, callback])

This creates a new payment.

Arguments
  • payment, payment information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • payment, the newly created payment, with unique identifier information added.

payment.update(payment [, callback])

This updates a payment with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • payment, payment information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the payment to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • payment, the newly modified payment, with unique identifier information added.

payment.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a payment from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Product

This represents a thing that is available on your shop.

product.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a product with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

product.list([callback])

This lists all the products available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

product.create(product [, callback])

This creates a new product.

Arguments
  • product, product information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • product, the newly created product, with unique identifier information added.

product.update(product [, callback])

This updates a product with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • product, product information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the product to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • product, the newly modified product, with unique identifier information added.

product.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a product from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Referral

This represents an identifying instance of an order that happened due to the intervention of a user on your site.

referral.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a referral with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

referral.list([callback])

This lists all the referrals available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

referral.create(referral [, callback])

This creates a new referral.

Arguments
  • referral, referral information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • referral, the newly created referral, with unique identifier information added.

referral.update(referral [, callback])

This updates a referral with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • referral, referral information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the referral to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • referral, the newly modified referral, with unique identifier information added.

referral.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a referral from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Referrer

This represents a user that has induced an order to happen.

referral.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a referral with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

referral.list([callback])

This lists all the referrals available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

referral.create(referral [, callback])

This creates a new referral.

Arguments
  • referral, referral information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • referral, the newly created referral, with unique identifier information added.

referral.update(referral [, callback])

This updates a referral with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • referral, referral information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the referral to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • referral, the newly modified referral, with unique identifier information added.

referral.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a referral from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Subscriber

This represents a user that is subscribed to a mailing list.

subscriber.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a subscriber with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

subscriber.list([callback])

This lists all the subscribers available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

subscriber.create(subscriber [, callback])

This creates a new subscriber.

Arguments
  • subscriber, subscriber information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • subscriber, the newly created subscriber, with unique identifier information added.

subscriber.update(subscriber [, callback])

This updates a subscriber with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • subscriber, subscriber information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the subscriber to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • subscriber, the newly modified subscriber, with unique identifier information added.

subscriber.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a subscriber from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Transaction

This represents an internal action to settle up a user's account - think of it as store credit to Payment's real money.

transaction.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a transaction with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

transaction.list([callback])

This lists all the transactions available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

transaction.create(transaction [, callback])

This creates a new transaction.

Arguments
  • transaction, transaction information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • transaction, the newly created transaction, with unique identifier information added.

transaction.update(transaction [, callback])

This updates a transaction with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • transaction, transaction information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the transaction to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • transaction, the newly modified transaction, with unique identifier information added.

transaction.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a transaction from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

User

This is a customer on your site.

user.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a user with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • user, user information.

user.list([callback])

This lists all the users available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • user[], an array of available users.

user.create(user [, callback])

This creates a new user.

Arguments
  • user, user information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • user, the newly created user, with unique identifier information added.

user.update(user [, callback])

This updates a user with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • user, user information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the user to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • user, the newly modified user, with unique identifier information added.

user.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a user from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

Variant

This is an entity that represents a variation of a product that is available on your site.

variant.get(id [, callback])

This gets the information of a variant with the supplied ID.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns

variant.list([callback])

This lists all the variants available on your store.

Arguments
  • callback, optional
Returns

variant.create(variant [, callback])

This creates a new variant.

Arguments
  • variant, variant information, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • variant, the newly created variant, with unique identifier information added.

variant.update(variant [, callback])

This updates a variant with new information. All fields aside from the unique identifier are optional, and if present, will overwrite what is on the server.

Arguments
  • variant, variant information, requires: -id string, the unique identifier for the variant to be changed
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • variant, the newly modified variant, with unique identifier information added.

variant.delete(id [, callback])

This deletes a variant from your account.

Arguments
  • id string, required
  • callback, optional
Returns
  • boolean

License

BSD