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Quick Start

Environment

To complete this tutorial successfully, you must have Node.js installed on your machine.

ApiKey

The ApiKey is used to authenticate the application making the request. The following ApiKey sample is for testing purpose only(NOT for production environment): 581c6c4fa0b54912b00088aa563342a4 . If you need to use an ApiKey for production, please refer to this form: Relation API Access Request
The following demo will introduce how to integrate Relation One.

Demo

Guide:
run locally:
git clone https://github.com/relationlabs/relation-im-demo.git
cd relation-im-demo
npm install
npm run dev

Features

Acquire addressAuthToken

import { authByMetamask } from '@relationlabs/auth';
const { authResult } = await authByMetamask();

Acquire unifiedAuthToken

const { token, error } = await RelationIM.getRelationToken(
authResult.token,
APIKEY
)

UserInfo

const userInfoRes = await im.getUserInfo()

Following

const res = await im.getFollowing({
address: relationId,
limit,
cursor
})

Follow/Unfollow

const res = await im.follow(relationId)
const res = await im.unfollow(relationId)

Init IM Instance

const im = RelationIM.init({ token, apiKey: APIKEY, connect: true })

Channel List

const res = await im.userChannelsList({
cursor,
limit
})

Receive Message

im.bind(Im.RECEIVE_MSG_OK,(event) => {...})

Messages

const res = await im.messageList({
channelUuid,
maxCreateAt: new Date().getTime(),
limit
})

Send Message

const res = await im.sendMessage({
channelUuid,
content
})

Want to deep dive?

Dive a little deeper and start exploring our API reference to get an idea of everything that's possible with the API: