Client Web SDK

Integrate an agent app with the Client SDK


AirOps provides an easy and secure way to bring your AirOps Apps to end user web experiences. To facilitate secure access to our Apps directly from client-side code, we have implemented a Client SDK with an authorization mechanism.

This document will guide you through the process of installing and integrating our Client SDK with your server-side code, enabling your end-users to securely access App endpoints.

Checkout our apps and chat playgrounds with code examples.


To authenticate with our API using the SDK, you'll need three pieces of information:

  1. Your workspace ID: Settings > Workspace ID

  2. User ID (any unique identifier will work)

  3. Your API key: Settings > API Key

First, use the API key to hash your user id on your back-end server. This will result in a hashed user id that is unique to your API key and user ID combination.

Here's a sample implementation of the identity verification process for your server:

require "openssl"

def user_id_hash
  api_key = "YOUR_API_KEY" # your workspace token (keep safe!)
  user_id = "YOUR_USER_ID"

  # Convert your api key to bytes
  key = api_key.encode("utf-8")

  # Hash the message using HMAC-SHA256 and the key
  hash = OpenSSL::HMAC.hexdigest('sha256', key, user_id)

Running Apps via Client SDK

Install NPM Package

npm i @airops/airops-js

Or use the CDN

<script src=“”></script>

Identify the User

import AirOps from '@airops/airops-js';

const airops = AirOps.identify({
  userId: 'YOUR_USER_ID',
  workspaceId: 'YOUR_WORKSPACE_ID',
  hashedUserId: 'YOUR_USER_ID_HASH'

Use It to Execute an App

Once you have successfully initialized the SDK, you can begin using the methods available to interact with our API. Note that the methods will return promises.

// Execute an app
const response = airops.apps.execute({
  appId: 1,
  version: 4,
  payload: {
    "inputs": {
      "param": "XXXXYYYYZZZZ",
      "song": "XXXXYYYYZZZZ"

// Wait for result
const result = await response.result();
// Do something with result.output

// Cancel execution
await response.cancel();

Example Response

The response from the execute method will contain the execution id that can be used to retrieve results later along with two methods to wait for results or cancel the execution:

interface ExecuteResponse {
  executionId: number;
  result: () => Promise<AppExecution>;
  cancel: () => Promise<void>;

interface AppExecution {
  airops_app_id: number;
  id: number;
  status: string;
  output: string;
  stream_channel_id: string;

Execute an App with Streaming

In order to stream the app results you will need to enable stream and pass a callback function to the execute method. Optionally you can pass some extra callback function to get a notification when the app is finished.

const response = await airopsInstance.apps.execute({
  appId: 9,
  version: 38,
  payload: {
    "inputs": {
      "topic": "XXXXYYYYZZZZ"
  stream: true,
  streamCallback: (data: { content: string } ) => {
    // Do something with the data
  streamCompletedCallback: (data: { content: string }) => {
    // Do something with the data

Pull Results Async

You can implement your own pulling logic using the getResults method.

const result = await airops.apps.getResults({
  appId: 1,
  executionId: response.executionId,

Chat Assistant

const response = await airopsInstance.apps.chatStream({
  appId: 2,
  streamCallback: (data: { token: string; }) => {
    // do something with data.token
  streamCompletedCallback: (data: { result: string }) => {
    // do something with data.result
  ...(sessionId && { sessionId }), // optionally pass sessionId to continue chat.
// Wait for result
const result = await response.result;
// Do something with result.result

// Use session id to continue chat

Example Response

The response from the chatStream method will contain the sessionId and a result method to wait for the response. In order to continue with the chat pass the session Id along with the message.

export interface ChatStreamResponse {
  sessionId: string;
  result: Promise<{ result: string }>; // result is a promise that resolves when the execution is completed.

Error Handling

try {
  await airops.apps.execute({
    appId: 2,
    version: 7,
    payload: {
    	"inputs": {
      	"topic": "XXXXYYYYZZZZ"
} catch (e) {
  // do something with error.message

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