JavaScript Bindings Released for HP Cloud

I’m happy to share the release of JavaScript (node.js) bindings for HP Cloud. They are available on Github and via npm. Initially there is support for object storage and identity services.

These bindings were born out of our own need. When we build and architect systems we look for components we can share and open source for the benefit of others. Let’s take a look at how you can use them in your application.

There are a couple ways you can get and install the JavaScript bindings. The easiest manner is using npm, the pachage manager for node.js. The JavaScript bindings are available through the public npm registry.

That means you can install them via the command line like:

npm install hpcloud-js

Or, you can add them as a dependency in your applications package.json file.

The best way to dive into understanding the bindings is through the documentation. Every object and method is documented.

These bindings follow semantic versioning.