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joplin-api

joplin api

API documentation, Joplin official document

Introduction

Joplin api's js package, written in ts, provides a complete type definition, including all currently exposed api in the document.

Quick Start

config.port = 27583
config.token = '***'
const res = await noteApi.list()
console.log(res)

More examples reference: https://github.com/rxliuli/joplin-utils/tree/master/libs/joplin-api/test

API Reference

Object Description
folderApi Directory-related api, such as getting directory tree
folderExtApi Directory extension api, such as mobile directory
joplinApi joplin basic api, such as checking whether joplin web service is open
noteActionApi Note-related action api, such as opening a note in an external editor
noteApi Note related api, such as getting the content of the note
noteExtApi Note extension api, such as renaming
resourceActionApi Resource action api, such as opening an attachment resource in an external editor
resourceApi Resource-related api, such as uploading pictures
searchApi Search related api
tagApi Tag related api, such as modifying the tag of a note
config Global joplin web clipper configuration
PageUtil Paging-related static tools, such as getting the full list of notes

Conventional name

  • Use class to encapsulate API, for example note related API is encapsulated in NoteApi class.
  • Keep the same naming for the same function meaning. For example, the note list is NoteApi.list. The following is a complete comparison table
Meaning Naming Examples
List list noteApi.list
Get by id get noteApi.get
Create create noteApi.create
Modify update noteApi.update
Remove remove noteApi.remove
  • There are some special cases, such as APIs involving multiple entities, the naming is generally operation entity + by + according to entity, for example, the API to get the tag list according to the note id is noteApi.tagsById

some problems

  • The get method should not report an error, if it does not exist it should return null instead of throwing an exception

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