1.5.1 • Published 2 years ago

atomicassets v1.5.1

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AtomicAssets JavaScript

JS Library to read data from the atomicassets NFT standard.

Contract / General Documentation can be found on https://github.com/pink.gg/atomicassets-contract/wiki

Usage

This is a Node.js module available through the npm registry. Installation is done using the npm install command:

$ npm install atomicassets

Initialize

Web library can be found in the dist folder

// standard import
const {ExplorerApi, RpcApi} = require("atomicassets");
// ES6 import
import {ExplorerApi, RpcApi} from "atomicassets"

Serialization

AtomicAssets uses serialization to store data on the blockchain more efficiently. The API classes will handle this for you but if you need to manually parse the data, the library provides you a serialize and deserialize function

More information can be found here

Example

import {serialize, deserialize, ObjectSchema} from "atomicassets"

// this schema is used for serialisation / deserialization
const schema = ObjectSchema([
    {"name": "attr1", "type": "int32"}, // int8, int16, int32, int64
    {"name": "attr2", "type": "uint32"}, // uint8, uint16, uint32, uint64
    {"name": "attr3", "type": "fixed32"}, // fixed8, fixed16, fixed32, fixed64
    
    {"name": "attr4", "type": "bool"},
    
    {"name": "attr5", "type": "bytes"}, // variable length raw bytes (UInt8Array)
    {"name": "attr6", "type": "string"}, // variable length string
    
    {"name": "attr7", "type": "ipfs"}, // ipfs hash
    {"name": "attr7", "type": "float"}, 
    {"name": "attr9", "type": "double"},
    
    {"name": "arr1", "type": "int32[]"}, // you can add [] to define a type array
]);

// the object which will be serialized does not need to have all attributes
// and only the ones who are set, are transferred
const rawObject = {
    "attr1": -5843
};

// serialize
const serializedData = serialize(rawObject, schema);
// deserialize
const deserializedData = deserialize(serializedData, schema);
// deserializedData === rawObject

Documentation

There are two methods available to fetch data from the blockchain.

  • ExplorerAPI: uses an hosted API which proves simple and fast REST API endpoints
  • RpcAPI: uses only native nodeos calls

Explorer API

The explorer API uses eosio-contract-api to query data about the NFTs. A documentation of each endpoint and its responses can be found here. It is recommended to self-host the API for the best performance.

Example

// init Explorer Api
// endpoint: server where atomicassets api is deployed
// namespace: used namespace for the API
// options:
// - fetch: either node-fetch module or the browser equivalent
const api = new ExplorerApi("https://test.wax.api.atomicassets.io", "atomicassets", {fetch});

const asset = await api.getAsset("1099511627786");

// create the action to mint an asset
const actions = (await api.action).mintasset(
    [{actor: "pink.gg", permission: "active"}],
    "pink.gg", "collection", "schema", -1, "pink.gg", {"name": "test"}, {"species": "test2"}
)

Methods

Config

async getConfig(): Promise<ApiConfig>

Assets

async getAssets(options, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100, data = {}): Promise<ApiAsset[]> options

  • owner: string
  • collection_name: string
  • schema_name: string
  • template_id: number
  • match: search for input in name
  • authorized_account: string
  • order: field which is used to sort result
  • sort: asc | desc

data

  • query for specific asset attributes

async getAsset(id: string): Promise<ApiAsset>

async getAssetLogs(id: string, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100, order: string = 'desc'): Promise<ApiLog[]>

Collections

async getCollections(options, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100): Promise<ApiCollection[]>

options

  • author: string
  • match: search for input in name
  • authorized_account: string
  • notify_account: string
  • order: field which is used to sort result
  • sort: asc | desc

async getCollection(name: string): Promise<ApiCollection>

async getCollectionLogs(name: string, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100, order: string = 'desc'): Promise<ApiLog[]>

Schemas

async getSchemas(options, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100): Promise<ApiSchema[]>

options

  • collection_name: string
  • schema_name: string
  • match: search for input in name
  • authorized_account: string
  • order: field which is used to sort result
  • sort: asc | desc

async getSchema(collection: string, name: string): Promise<ApiSchema>

async getSchemaStats(collection: string, name: string): Promise<ApiSchemaStats[]>

async getSchemaLogs(collection: string, name: string, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100, order: string = 'desc'): Promise<ApiLog[]>

Templates

async getTemplates(options, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100, data = {}): Promise<ApiTemplate[]>

options

  • collection_name: string
  • schema_name: string
  • authorized_account: string
  • order: field which is used to sort result
  • sort: asc | desc

data

  • filter for specific template attributes

async getTemplate(collection: string, id: string): Promise<ApiTemplate>

async getTemplateStats(collection: string, id: string): Promise<ApiTemplateStats[]>

async getTemplateLogs(collection: string, id: string, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100, order: string = 'desc'): Promise<ApiLog[]>

Trading

async getTransfers(options, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100): Promise<ApiTransfe[]>

options

  • account: string
  • sender: string
  • recipient: string
  • asset_id: asset id which should be included in the offer
  • order: field which is used to sort result
  • sort: asc | desc

async getOffers(options, page: number = 1, limit: number = 100): Promise<ApiOffer[]>

options

  • account: notified account
  • sender: sender of offer
  • recipient: recipient of offer
  • is_recipient_contract: filter if recipient is contract or not
  • asset_id: asset_id included in offer
  • order: field which is used to sort result
  • sort: asc | desc

async getOffer(id: string): Promise<ApiOffer>

Accounts

async getAccounts(account: string): Promise<any>

async getAccount(account: string): Promise<any>

async getAccountCollection(account: string): Promise<any>

ExplorerActionGenerator

The Explorer API has an action attribute which contains a helper class to construct contract actions which can be pushed on chain with eosjs.

Detailed information about each action can be found here

Types

Each method returns the unmodified response from the API call. For more information look at the Models on the documentation

RpcApi

This API only uses native nodeos api calls to fetch data about NFTs. It is recommended to use the Explorer API for production or applications which require fast load times.

Example

// init RPC Api
// node: standard rpc node which will be used to fetch data (no v1 or v2 history needed)
// contract: account name where the contract is deployed
// options:
// - fetch: either node-fetch module or the browser equivalent
// - rateLimit: defines how much requests per second can be made to not exceed the rate limit of the node
const api = new RpcApi("https://testnet.wax.pink.gg", "atomicassets", {fetch, rateLimit: 4});

const asset = await api.getAsset("leonleonleon", "1099511627786");

// create the action to mint an asset
const actions = api.action.mintasset(
    [{actor: "pink.gg", permission: "active"}],
    "collection", "schema", -1, "pink.gg", {"name": "test"}, {"species": "test2"}
)

Methods

Caching can be disabled by explicitly setting cache to false

async getAsset(owner: string, id: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcAsset>

Gets data about a specific asset owned by owner

async getTemplate(id: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcTemplate>

Gets a specific template by id

async getSchema(collection: string, name: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcSchema>

Get a schema by its name

async getCollection(name: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcCollection>

Gets an offer by its id

async getCollectionTemplates(collection: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcTemplates[]>

Gets all templates of a collection

async getCollectionSchemas(collection: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcSchemas[]>

Gets all schemas of a collection

async getOffer(id: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcOffer>

Gets an offer by its id

async getAccountOffers(account: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcOffer[]>

Get all offers which are sent or received by an account

async getAccountAssets(account: string, cache: boolean = true): Promise<RpcAsset[]>

Gets the complete inventory of a specific account (may take long for bigger inventories)

RpcActionGenerator

The RPC API has an action attribute which contains a helper class to construct contract actions which can be pushed on chain with eosjs.

Detailed information about each action can be found here

Types

These classes represent table rows of the contract and consist of getter methods which return the deserialized data. The method toObject returns a JavaScript object representation of the class.

RpcAsset

async collection(): Promise<RpcCollection>

async schema(): Promise<RpcSchema>

async template(): Promise<RpcTemplate | null>

async backedTokens(): Promise<string[]>

async immutableData(): Promise<object>

async mutableData(): Promise<object>

async data(): Promise<object>

async toObject(): Promise<object>

RpcTemplate

async collection(): Promise<RpcCollection>

async schema(): Promise<RpcSchema>

async immutableData(): Promise<object>

async isTransferable(): Promise<boolean>

async isBurnable(): Promise<boolean>

async maxSupply(): Promise<number>

async circulation(): Promise<number>

async toObject(): Promise<object>

RpcSchema

async collection(): Promise<ISchema>

async format(): Promise<ISchema>

async toObject(): Promise<object>

RpcCollection

async author(): Promise<string>

async allowNotify(): Promise<boolean>

async authorizedAccounts(): Promise<string[]>

async notifyAccounts(): Promise<string[]>

async marketFee(): Promise<number>

async data(): Promise<any>

async toObject(): Promise<object>

RpcOffer

async sender(): Promise<string>

async recipient(): Promise<string>

async senderAssets(): Promise<Array<RpcAsset | string>>

If element is a string, the asset is not owned by the sender anymore and the offer is invalid

async recipientAssets(): Promise<Array<RpcAsset | string>>

If element is a string, the asset is not owned by the recipient anymore and the offer is invalid

async memo(): Promise<string>

async toObject(): Promise<object>

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