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 Last updated on 2016-12-13T00:07:00.872Z

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Installing the library from the private repository

bower install 2klic-sdk --save

Getting Started

Include the library in your index.html

<script src="bower_components/dist/sdk.js"></script>

Instantiate a new engine:

var platform = new Klic();

By default, the engine will point to If you want to work with a local development engine, just use the url option:

var platform = new Klic({url: 'http://localhost:5000'}); is using JWT tokens for authentication. In order to use most of the available methods and helpers, you need to retrieve a valid token.

How to instantiate in Node:

var Klic = require('@2klic/2klic-sdk');
var KlicSDK = new Klic();
    return devices

Configuring our SDK to retrieve a token

You need to set the following options in order to retrieve a valid token:

url: Url of the instance you want to use. default to
auth: {
    token: An existing token (previously retrieved) or nothing
unsafe: true indicates that we're in an unsafe environment (client app, browser, etc)
app_key : The key of the app as provided by
app_secret: Optional. The secret if you are in a safe environment (do not use for client or browser app)

With these options you can instantiate the Klic instance:

var platform = new Klic({
    unsafe: isClient,
    app_key: "b2423a98430c03213d7ad86033622f5066a44b69"

Note that we haven't provided any token as we don't have one yet.

Retrieving a valid token

You execute the authenticate method to retrieve your token :

platform.authenticate({username:username, password:password}).then(function(result) {

    // Save the token for subsequent calls
    platform.auth = {
        token: result.token