Web development, only JS can complete the development of Express query API interface

Posted by itbegary on Tue, 19 May 2020 16:19:13 +0200

Some netizens left a message saying that they want to call the express bird API interface to realize Express query, but they don't understand the back-end development, JAVA, PHP, C and python. They asked me if I could realize express interface query, and I said what would you do, he said, I only know a little JS,

I replied that it's enough. Now I'll tell you how to query more than 600 logistics tracks through JS.

You just need to create a new Text, copy the following code, replace your own express bird ID and APIkey, change the txt suffix to HTML, and preview with a browser to see the effect.

<!DOCTYPE html>



<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/>

    <title>JS Call express bird API Interface</title>

    <meta charset="utf-8" />

    <script src="/base64.js"></script>

    <script src="/md5.js"></script>

    <script src="/jquery.json-2.2.min.js"></script>

    <script src="/common.js"></script>

    <script type="text/javascript">

        function GetAPI() {     

            var key="Express bird API Key";

            var id = "Express bird registration ID Number";

            var requestData="{'OrderCode':'','ShipperCode':'ZTO','LogisticCode':'78120038107849'}";

            //MD5 encryption

            var md5str = md5(requestData + key).toLowerCase();


            var dataSign = Base64.encode(md5str);

            //Splicing string (express bird request message format) url code

            var reqData = "RequestData=" + escape(requestData) + "&EBusinessID=" + id + "&RequestType=1002&DataSign=" + escape(dataSign) + "&DataType=2";   

            //reqData = "RequestData=%7b%27OrderCode%27%3a%27%27%2c%27ShipperCode%27%3a%27ZTO%27%2c%27LogisticCode%27%3a%2778120038107849%27%7d&EBusinessID=1264783&RequestType=1002&DataSign=NzMxNTAzZWYxYTJiOGIyMDhiNTVjMTc4MDQ0NjdlZDg%3d&DataType=2";



                method: 'post',

                url: '/api/dist',

                data: reqData,

                beforeSend: function (xhr) {

                    //Trigger before calling, such as loading effect, etc


                success: function (data, status) {

                    if (status) {

                        document.getElementById("msg").innerHTML = "";

                        for (var i = 0,

  len = data.Traces.length; i < len; i++) {

                            var acceptTime = data.Traces[i].AcceptTime;

                            var acceptStation = data.Traces[i].AcceptStation;

                            //The display effect of the page is developed by ourselves, and only the function is realized here

                            document.getElementById("msg").innerHTML += acceptTime + "&nbsp;&nbsp;" + acceptStation+"<br/>";




                error: function (data, status, e) {

                    if (data.status == "401") {










    <input id="Button1" onclick="GetAPI();" type="button" value="JS Call express bird API Interface" />

    <div id="msg"></div>



The operation effect is as follows:

be careful:

<script src="/base64.js"></script>

<script src="/md5.js"></script>

<script src="/jquery.json-2.2.min.js"></script>


These three js file references, which can be downloaded online, are all general js. If you have better suggestions, please leave a message below to discuss.

Topics: Front-end JQuery JSON Java PHP