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README.md

n8n-nodes-vikunja

This is an n8n community node. It lets you use Vikunja in your n8n workflows.

Vikunja is an open-source, self-hostable to-do and productivity application. Check out our website for more information.

n8n is a fair-code licensed workflow automation platform.

Installation

Follow the installation guide in the n8n community nodes documentation.

Operations

This node supports all operations supported by Vikunja API tokens. You can see a full list of possible actions when creating a token in Vikunja.

It also allows you to trigger n8n workflows by Vikunja webhooks.

Credentials

The only supported authentication method for this node are API tokens. On your Vikunja instance, head over to Settings > API Tokens and create a new token.

In n8n, create credentials as you usually would. Enter the API token created previously and the API url.

Compatibility

Tested with n8n Version 1.9.3.

Development

You need npm and NodeJS installed.

  • Install dependencies with npm i
  • Build the node with npm run build
  • Check for lint errors with npm run lint and fix them with npm run lintfix
  • To release a new version in the npm registry, run npm publish
  • To test the node, build the node with npm run build, then while in the project directory run export N8N_CUSTOM_EXTENSIONS=$PWD and start n8n with the n8n command. You should now be able to find the node when searching for it.

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