SCILL provides a JavaScript class that maps REST-APIs and provides convenience functions.

Source Code

You can find the source code to our JavaScript SDK in our public Github repository: If you encounter any bugs or issues, please let us know in the Issues tab of Github.


Install SCILL JavaScript SDK in your NodeJS project via NPM:

npm install @scillgame/scill-js

In JavaScript, use the SDK like this:

const SCILL = require("@scillgame/scill-js");
const eventsApi = SCILL.getEventsApi("ai728S-1aSdgb9GP#R]Po[P!1Z(HSSTpdULDMUAlYX");

and in TypeScript:

import * as SCILL from '@scillgame/scill-js';
const eventsApi = SCILL.getEventsApi("ai728S-1aSdgb9GP#R]Po[P!1Z(HSSTpdULDMUAlYX");


We use browserify to create a browser version of the SCILL SDK to be consistent in our development pipeline and API documentation.

Just add this to the head of your HTML document:

<script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

And use it like this:

<script type="text/javascript">
    let eventsApi = SCILL.getEventsApi("ai728S-1aSdgb9GP#R]Po[P!1Z(HSSTpdULDMUAlYX");

Data Flow

This diagram highlights the basic data flow and the connections between your application and SCILL.

The client backend is not necessarily required, but should be implemented for security reasons. It makes sure, that the API-Key is not exposed to clients.

SCILL consists of a variety of different APIs that handle different tasks. SCILLClient class exists in most SCILL SDKs and adds convenience functions and implements some basic logic for you.