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README.md

JWPlayer::API::Client Build Status

This gem aims to easily sign JWPlayer Platform API URLs according to the documentation: https://developer.jwplayer.com/jw-platform/reference/v1/authentication.html It is not intended to actually send the request but simply to generate the correctly signed URL. An example at the end of this documentation is provided though.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'jwplayer-api-client'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install jwplayer-api-client

Usage

To get started, instantiate a new client:

irb> client = JWPlayer::API::Client.new(key: 'y0c6CFQ5', secret: 'YZWQ1SfmpFYEfW9kiR1QerRF')
=> #<JWPlayer::API::Client:0x007fb6909e0158 @options={:host=>"api.jwplatform.com", :scheme=>"https", :version=>:v1, :key=>"y0c6CFQ5", :secret=>"YZWQ1SfmpFYEfW9kiR1QerRF", :format=>:json}>

If you have previously set JWPLAYER_API_KEY and JWPLAYER_API_SECRET ENV variables, you can simply do:

irb> client = JWPlayer::API::Client.new
=> #<JWPlayer::API::Client:0x007fb6909e0158 @options={:host=>"api.jwplatform.com", :scheme=>"https", :version=>:v1, :key=>"y0c6CFQ5", :secret=>"YZWQ1SfmpFYEfW9kiR1QerRF", :format=>:json}>

JWPlayer::API::Client.new() accepts the following optional parameters:

Name Default Description
key ENV['JWPLAYER_API_KEY'] JWPlayer Platform API key
secret ENV['JWPLAYER_API_SECRET'] JWPlayer Platform API secret
host 'api.jwplatform.com' API host
scheme 'https' API scheme
version :v1 API version
format :json API response format
timestamp current time API UNIX timestamp used against replay-attacks
nonce automatically generated for each call 8 digit random number
See https://developer.jwplayer.com/jw-platform/reference/v1/call_syntax.html for more information.

Then, you can get a signed uri or signed url like this:

irb> client.signed_uri('videos/create')
=> #<URI::Generic https://api.jwplatform.com/v1/videos/create?api_format=json&api_key=y0c6CFQ5&api_nonce=36581160&api_signature=95c92965a690119b086e40e37c2bb9d9ef6d3781&api_timestamp=1462808317>

irb> client.signed_url('videos/create')
=> "https://api.jwplatform.com/v1/videos/create?api_format=json&api_key=y0c6CFQ5&api_nonce=36581160&api_signature=95c92965a690119b086e40e37c2bb9d9ef6d3781&api_timestamp=1462808317"

And with query parameters:

irb> client.signed_url('videos/create', title: 'My Super Video', description: 'This is cool')
=> "https://api.jwplatform.com/v1/videos/create?api_format=json&api_key=y0b9GFQ3&api_nonce=36581160&api_signature=4b2e1d7c6aeda3c87e634300563159a5ba99b661&api_timestamp=1462808317&description=This%20is%20cool&title=My%20Super%20Video"

IRL example

Create a video reference in your JWPlayer Dashboard and get the media_id:

require 'typhoeus'

data = {
  author:        'Raphaël',
  date:          Date.new(2002,03,04).to_time.to_i,
  description:   'Yet Another Keynote',
  title:         'Apple Keynote',
  sourceformat:  :m3u8,
  sourcetype:    :url,
  sourceurl:     'http://qthttp.apple.com.edgesuite.net/1010qwoeiuryfg/sl.m3u8'
}

# Call JWPlayer /videos/create API https://developer.jwplayer.com/jw-platform/reference/v1/methods/videos/create.html
jw_client  = JWPlayer::API::Client.new
signed_url = jw_client.signed_url('videos/create', data)
response   = Typhoeus.post(signed_url)
json       = JSON.parse(response.body)
media_id   = json.dig('video', 'key')

Development

After checking out the repo, run bin/setup to install dependencies. Then, run rake spec to run the tests. You can also run bin/console for an interactive prompt that will allow you to experiment.

To install this gem onto your local machine, run bundle exec rake install. To release a new version, update the version number in version.rb, and then run bundle exec rake release, which will create a git tag for the version, push git commits and tags, and push the .gem file to rubygems.org.

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/raphi/jwplayer-api-client. This project is intended to be a safe, welcoming space for collaboration, and contributors are expected to adhere to the Contributor Covenant code of conduct.

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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