Client Libraries

There are multiple client libraries available for you to use in your end-user applications after you have Thunder running.

Java

The Thunder Java client is available on Maven Central. To add the client to your Gradle, Maven, sbt, or Leiningen project, follow the instructions given at that link. For Maven, you can also read the following instructions.

Maven

Add the Thunder client artifact. The client artifact includes the api artifact, so there is no need to add both.

<dependency>
  <groupId>com.sanctionco.thunder</groupId>
  <artifactId>client</artifactId>
  <version>${thunder.version}</version>
</dependency>

To determine the latest version available, check out the README, the GitHub releases page, or the Maven Central Search.

Usage

Create a new ThunderClient instance with
  1. The endpoint to access Thunder over HTTP.
  2. Your application key.
  3. Your application secret.
ThunderClient thunderClient = new ThunderClientBuilder()
  .endpoint("http://your.endpoint.com")
  .authentication("USER-KEY", "USER_SECRET")
  .build();

Any of the methods in ThunderClient are now available for use. For example, to get a user:

User user = thunderClient
  .getUser("EMAIL", "PASSWORD")
  .get();

All of the ThunderClient methods return a CompletableFuture that will allow you to only block on the response until you want to.

JavaScript (Node.js)

The official JavaScript Thunder client library is available on NPM. See the repository for usage instructions.