Utrust library for store integration

Usage no npm install needed!

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Utrust typescript library

The official Typescript library for the Utrust API.

Minimum Requirements

  • nodejs (minimum: 12)
  • npm


npm install @utrustdev/utrust-ts-library


yarn add @utrustdev/utrust-ts-library


API Client

Creating a new Order:

import {ApiClient} from '@utrustdev/utrust-ts-library';

const {createOrder} = ApiClient(<API_KEY>, <ENVIRONMENT>)

As environment you can either use production or sandbox. It defaults to production if nothing is passed.

Then you can just create a new order passing an order and customer object as specified in the docs, which will return you a promise with the following structure:

const {status, data, errors} = await createOrder(order, customer);

Where you can get:

  • status: response status;
  • data: which should contain {redirectUrl, uuid} in case of success;
  • errors: in case something goes wrong

Getting Order's Data

import {ApiClient} from '@utrustdev/utrust-ts-library';

const {getOrder} = ApiClient(<API_KEY>, <ENVIRONMENT>)

Again, as environment you can either use production or sandbox. It defaults to production if nothing is passed.

const {status, data, errors} = await getOrder(uuid)

Using the order uuid that you could grab on order creation, you can later use it for fetching that specific order. This can be useful for checking order status if you don't build a webhook integration. Other useful returned data includes:

  • created_at
  • items
  • pricing_details
  • reference
  • settlement_amount - in merchant settlement currency
  • total_amount - in original store currency
  • id - order uuid
  • status

A complete example of this payload can be found in the tests/API documentation

Webhook Validator

The Webhook validator module can be used to verify an incoming event via Webhook. For easy reausability you can just initiate your WebhookValidator with your WEBHOOK_SECRET (which you can retrieve on your Merchants Dashboard/Integrations), and then just call validateSignature with your webhook's payload It simply returns:

  • true - in case provided payload can be verified by provided webhookSecret;
  • false - otherwise;


import {WebhookValidator} from '@utrustdev/utrust-ts-library';

const {validateSignature} = WebhookValidator(<WEBHOOK_SECRET>);

const isValid = await validateSignature(payload)


This library was written and is maintained by the Utrust development team. We have now opened it to the world so that the community using this library may have the chance of shaping its development.

You can contribute by simply letting us know your suggestions or any problems that you find by opening an issue on GitHub.

You can also fork the repository on GitHub and open a pull request for the master branch with your missing features and/or bug fixes. Please make sure the new code follows the same style and conventions as already written code. Our team is eager to welcome new contributors into the mix :blush:.


When contributing with new changes, please make an effort to provide the respective tests. This is especially important when fixing any problems, as it will prevent other contributors from accidentally reintroducing the issue in the future.

Before submitting a pull request with your changes, please make sure every test passes:

npm run test


Before contributing your changes, make sure it passes on the linter:

npm run lint


Utrust utrust-ts-library is maintained with :purple_heart: by the Utrust development team, and is available to the public under the GNU GPLv3 license. Please see LICENSE for further details.

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