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Client for accessing Calendly APIs
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Calendly APIs client

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These client libraries are created for Calendly v2 APIs.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'calendly'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install calendly

Usage

Basic

The APIs client needs access token. This client setup step is below.

# set token by Calendly.configure methods.
Calendly.configure do |config|
  config.token            = '<ACCESS_TOKEN>'
  # follows are options. you can refresh access token if these are set.
  config.client_id        = '<CLIENT_ID>'
  config.client_secret    = '<CLIENT_SECRET>'
  config.refresh_token    = '<REFRESH_ACCESS_TOKEN>'
  config.token_expires_at = '<ACCESS_TOKEN_EXPIRES_AT>'
end
client = Calendly::Client.new


# set token by Calendly::Client initializer.
client = Calendly::Client.new '<ACCESS_TOKEN>'

This client basic usage is below.

#
# get a current user's information.
#
me = client.me
# => #<Calendly::User uuid="U001", name="Foo Bar", slug="foobar", email="foobar@example.com", ..>

me.scheduling_url
# => "https://calendly.com/foobar"

#
# get all event types
#
event_types = me.event_types
# => [#<Calendly::EventType uuid="ET001", name="15 Minute Meeting", type="StandardEventType", slug="15min", active=true, kind="solo", scheduling_url="https://calendly.com/foobar/15min", ..>, #<Calendly::EventType uuid="ET002", name="30 Minute Meeting", type="StandardEventType", slug="30min", active=true, kind="solo", scheduling_url="https://calendly.com/foobar/30min", ..>]
event_types.first.scheduling_url
# => "https://calendly.com/foobar/15min"

#
# get scheduled events
#
events = me.scheduled_events
# => => [#<Calendly::Event uuid="EV001", name="FooBar Meeting", status="active", ..>, #<Calendly::Event uuid="EV002", name="Team Meeting", status="active", ..>]
ev = events.first
ev.name
# => "FooBar Meeting"
ev.start_time
# => 2020-07-22 01:30:00 UTC
ev.end_time
# => 2020-07-22 02:00:00 UTC

#
# get a current organization's information
#
org = me.current_organization
# => #<Calendly::Organization uuid="ORG001", ..>
all_members = org.memberships
# => [#<Calendly::OrganizationMembership uuid="MEM001", role="owner", ..>, #<Calendly::OrganizationMembership uuid="MEM002", role="user", ..>]

#
# create new invitation and send invitation email
#
invitation = org.create_invitation('foobar@example.com')
# => #<Calendly::OrganizationInvitation uuid="INV001", status="pending", email="foobar@example.com", ..>

# cancel the invitation
invitation.delete
# => true

Webhook

The webhook usage is below.

events = ['invitee.created', 'invitee.canceled']
url = 'https://example.com/received_event'

#
# create a user scope webhook
#
me = client.me
user_webhook = me.create_webhook(url, events)
# => #<Calendly::WebhookSubscription uuid="USER_WEBHOOK_001", state="active", scope="user", events=["invitee.created", "invitee.canceled"], callback_url="https://example.com/received_event", ..>

# list of user scope webhooks
me.webhooks
# => [#<Calendly::WebhookSubscription uuid="USER_WEBHOOK_001", state="active", scope="user", events=["invitee.created", "invitee.canceled"], callback_url="https://example.com/received_event", ..>]

# delete the webhook
user_webhook.delete
# => true

#
# create an organization scope webhook
#
org = client.me.current_organization
org_webhook = org.create_webhook(url, events)
# => #<Calendly::WebhookSubscription uuid="ORG_WEBHOOK_001", state="active", scope="organization", events=["invitee.created", "invitee.canceled"], callback_url="https://example.com/received_event", ..>

# list of organization scope webhooks
org.webhooks
# => [#<Calendly::WebhookSubscription uuid="ORG_WEBHOOK_001", state="active", scope="organization", events=["invitee.created", "invitee.canceled"], callback_url="https://example.com/received_event", ..>]

# delete the webhook
org_webhook.delete
# => true

Logging

This library supports a configurable logger.

# if the log level set :debug, you can get the request/response information.
Calendly.configuration.logger.level = :debug
invitation = org.create_invitation('foobar@example.com')
# D, [2020-08-10T10:48:15] DEBUG -- : Request POST https://api.calendly.com/organizations/ORG001/invitations params:, body:{:email=>"foobar@example.com"}
# D, [2020-08-10T10:48:16] DEBUG -- : Response status:201, body:{"resource":{"created_at":"2020-08-10T10:48:16.051159Z","email":"foobar@example.com","last_sent_at":"2020-08-10T10:48:16.096518Z","organization":"https://api.calendly.com/organizations/ORG001","status":"pending","updated_at":"2020-08-10T10:48:16.051159Z","uri":"https://api.calendly.com/organizations/ORG001/invitations/INV001"}}

More in-depth method documentation can be found at RubyDoc.info.

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub. 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.

Code of Conduct

Everyone interacting in the Calendly Api Client project’s codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms and mailing lists is expected to follow the code of conduct.