Node-dominos-pizza-api

This is a node.js wrapper for the dominos pizza apis

This project is maintained by RIAEvangelist

Domino's PizzAPI

This is a node.js wrapper for the Domino's pizza APIs. The dominos module is the latest release and pizzapi should provide the dev release from our pizzapi development branch this branch is maintained by madelinecameron. See the pretty PizzaPI documentation

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PAYMENT-SUPPORTED-MODULE This module will pass payment information directly from the customer to Domino's Pizza for Domino's Pizza to process.

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PAYMENT-DISSALLOWED-MODULE

For individuals who wish to test without the risk of actually purchasing @madelinecameron, a major contributor to this repo and module have created the npm pizzapi module it is the same as the dominos module but has no built in method to purchase, you would need to manually create the payment object to send to Domino's Pizza.

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This work is licenced via the DBAD Public Licence. It is a derivative work from Dominos API.

Install either Dominos or PizzaPI depending on your needs for placing an order.

payments are allowed and will purchase Pizza npm install dominos

no payments allowed, no actual pizza purchases npm install pizzapi

Contributing

  1. Pull or Fork code.
  2. from the cloned directory run npm install (this will install required dependancies, depending on your system may require)
  3. be awesome!

Examples

You can run the domino's pizza command line interface from your terminal just by running npm start! See the example in the examples directory.

See the examples directory for simple apps and demonstrations on using the basic functionality.

Testing

Simply run npm test if you have issues with this you may want to try installing mocha globally like this : npm install -g mocha

-OR for manual testing-

  1. Install mocha npm install -g mocha
  2. Run the tests mocha

Finding Stores

argument type default required
address full or partial address string null true
type Delivery, Carryout, all all true
callback function to pass the api result to null true

Note: the 'address' parameter is passed to the Address class. This means any formatting that works for Address will work being passed here. This means you can pass JSON, array or string.

By Postal Code

this yields the least accurate information

var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');

pizzapi.Util.findNearbyStores(
    '63102',))
    'Delivery',
    function(storeData){
        console.log(storeData);
    }
);

By City and Postal Code

this yields less accurate information but is better than just using the postal code

  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');

  pizzapi.Util.findNearbyStores(
      'St. Louis, MO, 63102',
      'Delivery',
      function(storeData){
          console.log(storeData);
      }
  );

Using Full or Nearly Full Address

this yields the best information and sorts stores by actual distance

  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');

  pizzapi.Util.findNearbyStores(
      '700 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO, 63102',
      'Delivery',
      function(storeData){
          console.log(storeData);
      }
  );

Store

argument type default required
ID Integer null true
  //Get Store Info for Store #4336
  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');
  var myStore = new pizzapi.Store();
  myStore.ID=4336;

  myStore.getInfo(
      function(storeData){
          console.log(storeData);
      }
  );

Store menu

argument type default required
callback function null true
  //Get Menu for Store #4336
  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');
  var myStore = new pizzapi.Store();
  myStore.ID = 4336;

  myStore.getMenu(
      function(storeData){
          console.log(storeData);
      }
  );

Store info

argument type default required
callback function null true
  //Get Info for Store #4336
  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');
  var myStore = new pizzapi.Store();
  myStore.ID = 4336;

  myStore.getInfo(
      function(storeData){
          console.log(storeData);
      }
  );

Friendly menu list

argument type default required
callback function null true

Returns a list of all items the store offers in an JSON array, formatted {Code: Friendly Name}

  //Get friendly name menu for Store #4336
  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');
  var myStore = new pizzapi.Store();
  myStore.ID = 4336;

  myStore.getFriendlyNames(
      function(storeData){
          console.log(storeData);
      }
  );

Address

When creating a new Address object, there are many ways to instantiate the object!

The following are examples of the methods:

From string note the commas

  var fullAddress = new Address('900 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO, 63102');

  //or

  var partAddress = new Address('St. Louis, MO, 63102');

  //or

  var stateAndZip = new Address('St. Louis, 63102');

  //or

  var cityAndZip = new Address('St. Louis, 63102');

  //only zip

  var onlyZip = new Address('63102');

From JSON

  var jsonAddress = new Address(
      {
          Street: '900 Clark Ave',
          City: 'St. Louis',
          Region: 'MO',
          PostalCode: 63102
      }
  );

From array

  var arrayAddress = new Address(['900 Clark Ave', 'St. Louis', 'MO', '63102']);

Customer

argument type default
address Address null
firstName String ''
lastName String ''
email String ''
phone String ''

  var customer = new Customer(
      {
          address: someAddressObj,
          firstName: 'Barack',
          lastName: 'Obama',
          phone: '1-800-The-White-House',
          email: 'br'
      }
  )

Item

You can get the codes from one of the menu requests.

argument type default
code String null
quantity Integer 1
options Array []
  var newItem = new Item(
    {
        code: '14SCREEN'
    }
  );
  //and so on...

Order

This is the class that every other class feeds into.

argument type default
code String null
quantity Integer 1
options Array []

creating an order

  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');

  var thePresident = new pizzapi.Customer(
      {
          firstName: 'Barack',
          lastName: 'Obama',
          address: '700 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC',
          email: 'barack@whitehouse.gov'
      }
  );

  var order = new pizzapi.Order(
      {
          customer: thePresident,

          //optional set the store ID right away
          storeID: myStore.ID,

          deliveryMethod: 'Delivery' //(or 'Carryout')
      }
  );

  //or

  var order = new pizzapi.Order();

  order.FirstName = data;
  order.LastName = data;
  order.Email = data;
  order.Phone = data;

  //and if you want to update the store id just :

  order.StoreID = myStore.ID;

duplicating an order

  var anotherIdenticalOrder = new pizzapi.Order(
      {
          order:order
          //or
          //Order:order
          //because domino's pizza web API returns pascal case...
      }
  );

  //or create a duplicate order WITH different customer params

  var order = new pizzapi.Order(
      {
          customer: thePresident,
          deliveryMethod: 'Delivery' //(or 'Carryout')
      }
  );

Adding a product to the order :

  order.addItem(
      new pizzapi.Item(
          {
              code: '14SCREEN',
              options: [],
              quantity: 1
          }
      )
  );

Validating an Order

This step is Strongly recommended

  order.validate(
      function(result) {
          console.log("We did it!");
      }
  );

Price an Order

  order.price(
      function(result) {
          console.log("Price!")
      }
  );

Place an Order

At least one item must've been added to place an order.

with payment allowed

You don't have to do anything for the payment, Domino's Pizza will handle all transactions.

  var pizzapi = require('dominos');

  var cardNumber = '4100123422343234';

  var cardInfo = new order.PaymentObject();
  cardInfo.Amount = order.Amounts.Customer;
  cardInfo.Number = cardNumber;
  cardInfo.CardType = order.validateCC(cardNumber);
  cardInfo.Expiration = '0115';//  01/15 just the numbers "01/15".replace(/\D/g,'');
  cardInfo.SecurityCode = '777';
  cardInfo.PostalCode = '90210'; // Billing Zipcode

  order.Payments.push(cardInfo);

  order.place(
      function(result) {
          console.log("Order placed!");
      }
  );

no actual purchase allowed

  // if you want no accidental purchase or liability use the pizzapi module!
  var pizzapi = require('pizzapi');

  order.place(
      function(result) {
          console.log("Order placed!");
      }
  );

Tracking

By Phone

argument type default required
phone Phone number string or int null true
callback function to pass the api result to null true
  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');

  pizzapi.Track.byPhone(
      2024561111,
      function(pizzaData){
          console.log(pizzaData);
      }
  );

By orderKey

argument type default required
orderKey string or int null true
storeID sting or int null true
callback function to pass the api result to null true
  var pizzapi = require('dominos'); // or without payment option use require('pizzapi');

  pizzapi.Track.byId(
      123456,
      12345,
      function(pizzaData){
          console.log(pizzaData)
      }
  );

Code, Order, Eat, Be Happy!