@igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime

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Repl-uptime


πŸ“₯ Installation

Node.js v12.0.0 or newer is required.

npm install @igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime
yarn add @igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime
pnpm add @igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime

✨ Features

  • πŸš€ No dependencies: Just Node.js.
  • βš™οΈ Zero configuration: Ready out of the box.
  • 🎈 User-friendly: Minimal code required.
  • ⏩ Blazing speed: Lightning-fast HTTP server.
  • 🌐 Versatile: Perfect for any 24/7 JavaScript project.

πŸ“¦ Examples

No Config

/// ES6
import Server from "@igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime";
new Server();

/// CommonJS
const Server = require("@igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime");
new Server();

With Config

/// ES6
import Server from "@igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime";
new Server({
 port: 8080,
 path: "/",
 message: "πŸ€™ Don't let your repl go to sleep!",
 debug: true,
});

/// CommonJS
const Server = require("@igorkowalczyk/repl-uptime");
new Server({
 port: 8080,
 path: "/",
 message: "πŸ€™ Don't let your repl go to sleep!",
 debug: true,
});

Then just run your project and go to uptimerobot.com or hetrixtools.com and create a new monitor with your repl url. That's it! πŸŽ‰

πŸ“– Available Options

Options

Option Type Default Value Description
port Number 8080 The port number on which the server will listen for incoming requests.
path String / The custom URL path to be used for handling incoming requests.
message String 200 OK! The custom response message that will be sent back to clients when the request is successfully handled.
debug Boolean false If set to true, enables debugging mode, which may log additional information about the server's behavior.

Functions

Function Description
constructor(options) Initializes the server with the provided options and starts listening on the specified port.
listen() Starts the server to listen for incoming requests on the specified port. Returns a promise that resolves when the server starts listening successfully. If an error occurs, the promise is rejected. The function is called automatically by the constructor.
stop() Stops the server and closes the underlying HTTP server instance. Returns a promise that resolves when the server is successfully closed. If an error occurs, the promise is rejected.

⁉️ Issues

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πŸ“₯ Pull Requests

When submitting a pull request:

  • Clone the repo.
  • Create a branch off of master and give it a meaningful name (e.g. my-awesome-new-feature).
  • Open a pull request on GitHub and describe the feature or fix.

πŸ“‹ License

This project is licensed under the MIT. See the LICENSE file for details


This package is an independent project and is not affiliated, endorsed, or associated with Replit in any way.

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