Using the Miro REST API just became a lot easier with the release of the official Node.js client library! If you’re using Node.js to develop your Miro apps, this release will reduce the amount and the complexity of code you need to write.
By using the client library you get the following benefits:
Documented methods for every REST API endpoint
Effortless OAuth 2.0 authorization
Automatic management of access and refresh tokens
Simple integration with various frameworks and databases
We have also released a new version of the Miro starter kit: create-miro-app. It generates a boilerplate with all the code necessary to run a simple WebSDK and REST API app.
Try it out by running:
To get started install the @mirohq/miro-api NPM package and check our quick start guide.