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README.md

Unofficial Golang library for the Njalla API

Njalla is a privacy-oriented domain name registration service. Recently they released their official API.

This Golang library covers some methods of that API. For the moment, those are:

  • list-domains
  • get-domain
  • list-records
  • add-record
  • edit-record
  • remove-record
  • find-domains

TO NOTE: Even though record methods are implemented, I'm fairly certain they'll fail (silently or not) in some cases. I deal mostly with TXT, MX, A and AAAA DNS records. Some records have different/more variables, and since I don't use them I decided against implementing them. Chances are the methods will fail when trying to deal with those types of records (like SSH records).

The code is fairly simple, and all the methods are tested by using mocks on the API request. The mocked returned data is based on the same data the API returns.

These methods cover my needs, but feel free to send in a PR to add more (or to cover all types of DNS records), as long as they're all tested and documented.

Usage

Most of the methods are pretty self-explanatory if you read the documentation and read the function signature. Some of the most "complex" operations, like creating/updating records can be figured out from the tests. But here's some examples:

package main

import (
	"fmt"

	"github.com/Sighery/gonjalla"
)

func main() {
	token := "api-token"
	domain := "your-domain"

	// 1. Listing records in a domain
	records, err1 := gonjalla.ListRecords(token, domain)
	if err1 != nil {
		fmt.Println(err1)
	}

	// It will print an array of gonjalla.Record
	fmt.Println(records)


	// 2. Adding a new record to a domain
	priority := 10
	adding := gonjalla.Record{
		Name: "@",
		Type: "MX",
		Content: "testing.com",
		TTL: 10800,
		Priority: &priority,
	}

	confirmation, err2 := gonjalla.AddRecord(token, domain, adding)
	if err2 != nil {
		fmt.Println(err2)
	}

	// confirmation will be a gonjalla.Record with the response from the
	// server, so it should be pretty similar to your starting
	// gonjalla.Record but this will contain the ID filled in, which is
	// needed for updates
	fmt.Println(confirmation)


	// 3. Updating a record of a given domain
	// Let's assume we got the ID of the record created in step 2
	// and we want to change either some or all fields
	id_we_look_for := confirmation.ID

	// The edit method updates all the fields due to limitations of the
	// API. Get the record from the API if you only want to change some,
	// but not all, fields
	for _, record := range records {
		if record.ID == id_we_look_for {
			record.Content = "edited-value"
			record.TTL = 900

			err3 := gonjalla.EditRecord(token, domain, record)
			if err3 != nil {
				fmt.Println(err3)
			}
		}
	}

	// If you don't care about overwriting previous values
	new_priority := 20
	editing := gonjalla.Record{
		ID: id_we_look_for,
		Name: "@",
		Type: "MX",
		Content: "edited-thing",
		TTL: 300,
		Priority: &new_priority,
	}

	err4 := gonjalla.EditRecord(token, domain, editing)
	if err4 != nil {
		fmt.Println(err4)
	}
}

Some actual code making use of this library (mainly dealing with records) can also be seen at the Njalla Terraform provider.