The DOH package

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Complete API bindings for DigitalOcean API V2

To get started, see Network.DigitalOcean module below.

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Dependencies aeson, aeson-casing, base (==4.9.*), bytestring, containers, filepath, http-client, http-client-tls, http-types, lens, mtl, text, time, unordered-containers, uri [details]
License MIT
Author Yiğit Özkavcı
Category Network
Source repository head: git clone
Uploaded Wed Aug 2 06:16:07 UTC 2017 by yigitozkavci
Distributions NixOS:
Downloads 124 total (124 in the last 30 days)
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Status Docs available [build log]
Last success reported on 2017-08-02 [all 1 reports]
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Complete API bindings for DigitalOcean API V2

Getting Started

Here is an example usage of the API:

{-# LANGUAGE OverloadedStrings #-}

module Main where

import Network.DigitalOcean
import Network.DigitalOcean.Types
import Network.DigitalOcean.Services
import Control.Monad.Except
import Control.Monad.Reader

client :: Client
client = Client "your api key"

main :: IO ()
main = do
  result <- runExceptT $ (runReaderT $ runDO createViaSshKeys) client
  case result of
    Left err -> print err
    Right _ -> return ()

createViaSshKeys :: DO ()
createViaSshKeys = do
  -- Read a public key from a key pair and create ssh keys on DigitalOcean with it
  pubKey <- liftIO $ readFile "/Users/yigitozkavci/.ssh/"
  sshKey <- createSSHKey (SSHKeyPayload "my api key" pubKey) 
  -- Create 2 droplets with our newly uploaded ssh keys
  let dropletPayload = IDropletPayload "nyc3" "512mb" Ubuntu1404x64 (Just [sshkeyFingerprint sshKey]) Nothing Nothing Nothing Nothing Nothing Nothing Nothing
  droplets <- map dropletId <$> createDroplets ["droplet-1", "droplet-2"] dropletPayload

  -- Take snapshot of our newly created droplets
  forM_ droplets $ \dropletId -> performDropletAction dropletId (TakeSnapshot (Just "bulk snapshot"))

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What can you do?

  • You can open an issue for unexpected / needed behaviors
  • Better, you can send a Pull Request

Any kind of contributions are welcome, even if it's updating docs / improving commenting / improving tests.