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Programming language: Crystal
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Latest version: v1.2.1

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office365

Implements the Microsoft Office365 Graph API for the follow

  • OAuth Token Generation
    • By providing credentials via argument
  • User
    • list Users
    • get User
  • Calendar
    • list Calendars
    • list Calendar Groups
    • create Calendar
    • create Calendar Group
    • delete Calendar
    • delete Calendar Group
    • availability
  • Events
    • list Events
    • create Event
    • get Event
    • update Event
    • delete Event
  • Attachments
    • list Attachments
    • create Attachment
    • get Attachment
    • delete Attachment

Installation

  1. Add the dependency to your shard.yml:
   dependencies:
     office365:
       github: PlaceOS/office365
  1. Run shards install

Usage

require "office365"

Authentication

Office365::Client

client = Office365::Client.new(
  tenant: "xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx",
  client_id: "xxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx",
  client_secret: "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
)

Users

# id can be either user id, or email
user = client.get_user(id: "foo@bar.com)

# get all users
users = client.list_users

# get top 25 users
users = client.list_users(limit: 25)

# get top 100 users whose email or display name starts with "foo"
users = client.list_users(q: "foo", limit: 100)

Calendars

# fetch all foo@bar.com's calendars
calendars = client.list_calendars(mailbox: "foo@bar.com")

# fetch all foo@bar.com's calendar from default calendar group
calendars = client.list_calendars(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", calendar_group_id: "default")

# fetch all foo@bar.com's calendars from a specific calendar group id
calendars = client.list_calendars(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", calendar_group_id: "xxxx-xxxx...")

# fetch foo@bar.com's calendars whose name exactly matches "garys calendar"
calendars = client.list_calendars(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", match: "garys calendar")

# fetch foo@bar.com's calendars whose name starts with "gary"
calendars = client.list_calendars(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", search: "gary")

# fetch all foo@bars calendar groups, limit is optional
groups = client.list_calendar_groups(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", limit: 25)

# create a new calendar, returns an Office365::Calendar objectj
calendar = client.create(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",    # required
  name: "My New Calendar",   # required
  calendar_group_id: "..."   # optional
)

# create a calendar group
group = client.create_calendar_group(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", name: "A Whole New Calendar Group!")

# deleting a calendar
client.delete_calendar(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",  # required
  id: "...",               # required
  calendar_group_id: "..." # optional
)

# deleting a calendar group
client.delete_calendar_group(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",  # required
  id: "...",               # required
)

# fetching availability for a list of calendars
client.get_availability(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",  # required
  mailboxes: ["foo@bar.com", "bar@buzz.com"], # required
  starts_at: Time.local(location: Time::Location.build("Australia/Sydney")), # required query time starting from
  ends_at: Time.local(location: Time::Location.build("Australia/Sydney")) + 30.minutes, # required query time ending at
)

Events

# list events, returns Office365::EventQuery
list = client.list_events(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",   # required
  calendar_id: "...",       # optional
  calendar_group_id: "..."  # optional
)

# create an event
event = client.create_event(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",
  starts_at: Time.local(location: Time::Location.build("Australia/Sydney")),
  ends_at: Time.local(location: Time::Location.build("Australia/Sydney")) + 30.minutes,
  calendar_id: "...",
  calendar_group_id: "...",
  subject: "My Meeting",
  description: "A description of my meeting",

  # attendee's can be either a string, EmailAddress, or Attendee
  attendees[
    "string@email.com",
    EmailAddress.new("David Bowie", "david@bowie.net"),
    Attendee.new(
      email: "d.trump@whitehouse.gov",
      type: Office365::AttendeeType::Optional
    )
  ],

  # adds an attendee of type AttendeeType::Resource
  location: "The Red Room",

  # adds recurrence
  recurrence: RecurrenceParam.new(pattern: "daily", range_end: Time.local(location: Time::Location.build("Australia/Sydney")).at_beginning_of_day + 5.days),

  # specify sensitivity
  sensitivity: Office365::Sensitivity::Normal,

  # adds attendees of type AttendeeType::Resource, string or email address will work
  rooms:[
    "string@email.com",
    EmailAddress.new("David Bowie", "david@bowie.net"),
  ]
)

# get an event
event = client.get_event(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", id: "...")

# update an event
event.description = "Updated: Something new" # update description
event.set_recurrence(RecurrenceParam.new(pattern: "daily", range_end: Time.local(location: Time::Location.build("Australia/Sydney")).at_beginning_of_day + 7.days)) # update recurrence
updated_event = client.update_event(event: event, mailbox: "foo@bar.com")

# delete event
client.delete_event(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", id: "...")

Attachments

# list attachments, returns Office365::AttachmentQuery
list = client.list_attachments(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",   # required
  event_id: "1234",         # required
  calendar_id: "...",       # optional
  calendar_group_id: "..."  # optional
)

# create an attachment for an event
attachment = client.create_attachment(
  mailbox: "foo@bar.com",
  event_id: "1234",
  name: "test.txt",
  content_bytes: "hello worlds" # file contents as string
)

# get an attachment
attachment = client.get_attachment(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", event_id: "1234", id: "...")

# delete attachment
client.delete_attachment(mailbox: "foo@bar.com", event_id: "1234", id: "...")

Development

To run specs crystal spec

Contributing

  1. Fork it (https://github.com/PlaceOS/google/fork)
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request