Node.js SDK


This is a wrapper to interact with Alloy Automation's APIs. This library supports both Alloy Embedded and Alloy Unified API.


Visit the Alloy Docs site for more information on how to get started with Alloy APIs.


To get started, install alloy-node using npm as seen below:

npm install alloy-node --save

Or using yarn:

yarn add alloy-node


The package needs to be configured with your account's API key, which is available in the Alloy Dashboard under settings. You must supply the API key with each instantiation of the module.

To set up Alloy's Embedded iPaaS, use the code snippet below:

import { Embedded } from "alloy-node";

const apiClient = new Embedded("MY_API_KEY...);

Creating a User

Similar to Unified API, in order to make API calls to Alloy Embedded, you must first create a user. To create a user in Embedded, call the User.createUser() method as seen below. You must pass a unique username.

let bodyData = {
  username: `sara456`,
let data = await apiClient.User.createUser(body);

Once you've created a user, you'll need to identify that user each time you make a call that requires a userId. Fortunately, the identify() method exists for this purpose.

Pass a userId to the identify() method as seen below:

await apiClient.identify("YOUR_USER_ID");

Obtain a workflowId

Before you can make API calls to Alloy Embedded, you will need to install a workflow using our frontend SDK. You can read more here.

Making requests to Alloy Embedded SDK

Once you have a workflowId, you can make requests

await apiClient.identify("YOUR_USER_ID");
let data = await apiClient.Workflows.list();

This call will return all workflows relevant to the specified user.