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Ruby client that supports all of the nft-maker.io PRO API methods.
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 Dependencies

Development

~> 3.10

Runtime

>= 1, < 2
~> 3.1
 Project Readme

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NftmakerApi

A Ruby client for the https://nft-maker.io/pro API.

It aims to support all API methods. The intuitive query methods allow to easily call the API endpoints.

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'nftmaker_api'

And then execute:

$ bundle install

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install nftmaker_api

Configuration

The configuration options can be set by using the configure block

NftmakerApi.configure do |config|
  config.api_key = ENV.fetch('NFT_MAKER_PRO_API_KEY')
end

Alternatively, you can configure the settings by passing a hash of options to an instance like so

client = NftmakerApi.new api_key: "xyz",
                         http_adapter: :typhoeus

The following is the list of available configuration options

api_key      # The API key provided by nft-maker.io
http_adapter # The http client used for performing requests. Default :net_http
host         # The API endpoint. Default: https://api.nft-maker.io

1 Usage

To start using the gem, you first create a new client instance

client = NftmakerApi.new

and then you call the methods for the API endpoints.

1.1 Endpoints

List all projects

client.projects.list

Show metrics for a project

client.project(1634).metrics

List all NFTs for a project

client.project(1634).nfts.list     # all
client.project(1634).nfts.sold     # only sold
client.project(1634).nfts.free     # only free
client.project(1634).nfts.reserved # only reserved

Create NFTS for a project

Please note: The API expects metadata variables to be passed with the files even though they're not only applied within the scope of the files. By passing variables with the preview image you can also replace placeholders unrelated to the image.

vars = {
  custom_name: "StarTrek Series #1",
  creature: "Vulcan",
  traits: "pointed ears, green blood, slanted eyebrows"
}

thumbnail = NftmakerApi::NftFile.new(url: "https://xyz.com/thumbnail.png", variables: vars, mime_type: "image/png")
highres_1 = NftmakerApi::NftFile.new(url: "https://xyz.com/highres_1.png", mime_type: "image/png")
highres_2 = NftmakerApi::NftFile.new(url: "https://xyz.com/highres_2.png", mime_type: "image/png")

client.project(1634).nfts.create(
  asset_name: "StarTrek01",
  preview_file: thumbnail,
  files: [highres_file_1, highres_file_2]
)

# This results in following metadata

{
  "721": {
    "a0a7f00ccd9344d15ca0c7eb22c326979f7d65690266afcb128332db": {
      "StarTrek01": {
        "name": "StarTrek Series #1",
        "image": "ifps://xyzThumbnail",
        "mediaType": "image/png",
        "creature": "Vulcan",
        "traits": "pointed ears, green blood, slanted eyebrows",
        "files": [
          {
            "name": "StarTrek Series #1",
            "mediaType": "image/png",
            "src": "ipfs://xyzHighres1"
          },
          {
            "name": "StarTrek Series #1",
            "mediaType": "image/png",
            "src": "ipfs://xyzHighres2"
          }
        ]
      }
    },
    "version": "1.0"
  }
}

Create a new project

client.projects.create(name: "Foo", policy_expires: true, policy_locks_at: Time.now.advance(months: 6), address_expires_in: 10)

Reserve NFT(s) from a project

client.project(1634).reservations.create(nft_count: 1, lovelace: 10_000000)              # Reserve a random NFT
client.project(1634).reservations.create(nft_id: 123, nft_count: 1, lovelace: 10_000000) # Reserve a specific NFT

Check / Cancel a reservation

client.project(1634).reservation("addr1...").check
client.project(1634).reservation("addr1...").cancel

2 Response Handling

Responses are wrapped into a NftmakerApi::Response object. The main reason is to allow direct access to the parsed JSON response body.

Sidenote: The JSON body is parsed using Oj which is a C implementation, hence much faster than JSON from Ruby's Standard Library.

client.projects.list.to_h
# => [{"id"=>123, "projectname" => "Foo", ...}, ...]

Access the original faraday response object

client.projects.list.original_response

2.1 Errors

Check if the request was successful or returned an error

client.projects.list.success?
client.projects.list.error?

Response errors are always NftmakerApi::Error objects.

client.projects.list.error

Show error message including status code, status phrase and the actual error message from the API

client.projects.list.error.full_message

Show status code

client.projects.list.error.status

Show error message returned from the API

client.projects.list.error.reason

3 Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/lacepool/nftmaker_api. 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.

4 License

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