TikiSdk - v2.1.4

TIKI SDK (JavaScript) —Consumer Data Licensing

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The TIKI SDK for JavaScript makes it easy to add consumer data licensing to your web applications. It's the client-side component that your users will interact with to accept (or decline) data licensing offers. TIKI's SDK creates immutable, digitally signed license records using cryptographic hashing, forming an audit trail. Programmatically consume records and enforce terms client or server-side using developer-friendly data structures and APIs.

This library includes both configurable pre-built UI flows/elements and native low-level APIs for building custom experiences.

Get started with our 📚 SDK docs, or jump right into the 📘 API reference.


Note: Before you get started, you will need a Publishing ID. It's free to create one; simply log in to our 🧑‍💻 Developer Console and create a new Project.


a) install the dependency from NPM

npm install @mytiki/tiki-sdk-js

or b) load it browser side from a CDN.

<script defer src="https://unpkg.com/@mytiki/[email protected]/dist/index.js"></script>

That's it. And yes, it's really that easy.


Initialize the TIKI SDK in minutes with the TIKI pre-built UI and a custom data offer —just 1 builder function (interactive example).

.fontFamily('"Space Grotesk", sans-serif')
.description('Trade your IDFA (kind of like a serial # for your phone) for a discount.')
.bullet({ text: 'Learn how our ads perform', isUsed: true })
.bullet({ text: 'Reach you on other platforms', isUsed: false })
.bullet({ text: 'Sold to other companies', isUsed: false })
.use({ usecases:[TikiSdk.LicenseUsecase.attribution()] })
.initialize('<your-publishing-id>', '<your-user-id>');

Read about styling, selecting metadata, and desiging your offer in our 📚 SDK docs →.

UI Flows

The SDK includes 2 pre-built flows: present() and settings(). Use present() to display to the user a new data licensing offer.


Use settings() to render a ...settings screen 😲 where users can change their mind and opt-out of an existing license agreement.



  • Use GitHub Issues to report any bugs you find or to request enhancements.
  • If you'd like to get in touch with our team or other active contributors, pop in our 👾 Discord.
  • Please use conventional commits if you intend to add code to this project.

Project Structure

While this project compiles to a JS UMD for use in browsers, it is in fact mixed-language.

  • /src: The primary implementation source for the library.
    • /ui: Declarative UI flows and elements (TS/JS/CSS/HTML)
    • /core: The TypeScript interface for the compiled /lib source.
  • /lib: A tiki-sdk-dart wrapper for JavaScript compatability and compilation.

Contributors ✨

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Mike Audi
Mike Audi

💻 📖
Jurnell Cockhren
Jurnell Cockhren

Ricardo Gonçalves
Ricardo Gonçalves


This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!