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    Core module for molecuel Framework - @molecuel/core

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    @molecuel/core is the core module for the molecuel application framework. It's initialization is based on the @molecuel/di Typescript dependency injection module.

    Version 2.x highly depends on Subjects and streams based on rxjs. Streams can be used as DataStreams. For example for save handlers and much more. The streams in this case works like a queue of handlers for a dataset. Subjects can be used as EventEmitters (but should not be used too much).

    The core module is initialized as real Singleton based on the dependency injection module.

    Registering data functions

    Data functions are very important for a typical molecuel application. They are async and can be registered to be executed by various modules. For example a http or socket module can use a registered data function to return data from a datbase. The routes can be registered in the configuration. If the http module (for example) has a configured route which points to a @dataRead function it creates a app.get route from it and the return value of the registered function will be returned via http.

    Data Decorator provided by the core module: @dataRead - Tags a data function for reading data @dataCreate - Tags a data function for creating data @dataUpdate - Tags a data function for updating data @dataReplace - Tags a data function for replacing data. This is for example used by HTTP Put request which know the exact URI. @dataDelete - Tags a data function for deleting data @mapDataParams - Maps request parameters to the data function and specifies limits and type for parameters to enhance security.

    Example for a tagged class:

    import {di, injectable} from '@molecuel/di';
    import {MlclCore, dataRead, dataCreate, dataUpdate, dataDelete, mapDataParams} from '@molecuel/core';
     
    @injectable
    class MyDataFunctionClass {
      @dataCreate()
      public myDataCreaCheck() {
        return true;
      }
      @dataUpdate()
      public myDataUpdateCheck() {
        return true;
      }
      @dataDelete()
      public async myDataDeleteCheck() {
        return true;
      }
      @mapDataParams([
        new MlclDataParam('id', 'id', 'integer', 999),
        new MlclDataParam('test', 'name', 'string', 10)
      ])
      @dataRead()
      public async myDataReadCheck(id: number, name: string) {
        return {
          data: (id + ' = "' + name+'"')
        };
      }
    }
    di.bootstrap(MlclCore);

    Init system

    The init system is based on the stream feature of molecuel core described below but can be combined with a method decorator on a injectable class to set different init methods.

    For example database initialization can have a higher priority ( lower init value ) or port listen directives can have higher priorities.

    The code example show how it works internally ( this can be used by every molecuel module and this is just example code). For example a http module can have two or more init functions. The first to initialize the routes and the second one to add the port listener after some other init priorities have been initialized.

    import {di, injectable} from '@molecuel/di';
    import {Observable} from '@reactivex/rxjs';
    import {MlclCore, init} from '../dist';
    di.bootstrap(MlclCore);
    let core = di.getInstance('MlclCore');
    let obs1Success;
    let obs2Success;
    // this is normally part of a module and can be added via imports
    @injectable
    class MyInitTestClass {
      // sets the init priority to 20
      @init(20)
      public myinit(x) {
        return Observable.create(y => {
          setTimeout(function() {
            if(obs2Success) {
              obs1Success = true;
              console.log('huhu');
              y.next(x);
            } else {
              y.error(new Error('Wrong priority'));
            }
            y.complete();
          }, 100);
        });
      }
    }
    // this is normally part of a module and can be added via imports
    @injectable
    class MyInitTestClass2 {
      // sets the init priority to 10
      @init(50)
      public myini2t(x) {
        return Observable.create(y => {
          setTimeout(function() {
            if(!obs1Success) {
              obs2Success = true;
              console.log('here');
              y.next(x);
            } else {
              y.error(new Error('Wrong priority'));
            }
            y.complete();
          }, 100);
        });
      }
    }
    let mlclInit = async () => core.init();
    mlclInit();
    // alternative init with promise
    // this is the important part to run the complete init stream of the molecuel framework
    /*core.init().then(function() {
      console.log('cherr');
    });*/

    Subject example

    import {di} from 'mlcl_di';
    import {Subject, Observable} from '@reactivex/rxjs';
    import {MlclCore, MlclMessage} from '../dist';
    di.bootstrap(MlclCore);
    let core = di.getInstance('MlclCore')
    let initSubject = core.createSubject('init');
    initSubject.subscribe(function(msg: MlclMessage) {
        console.log(msg);
    });
    let msg = new MlclMessage();
    msg.topic= 'test';
    msg.message = 'hello world';
    initSubject.next(msg);

    Stream example

    import {di} from 'mlcl_di';
    import {Subject, Observable} from '@reactivex/rxjs';
    import {MlclCore, MlclStream} from '../dist';
    di.bootstrap(MlclCore);
    let core = di.getInstance('MlclCore')
    let testStream = core.createStream('teststream');
    let obs1 = x=> Observable.create(y => {
      setTimeout(function() {
        if(obs2Success) {
          obs1Success = true;
          y.next(x);
        } else {
          y.error(new Error('Wrong priority'));
        }
        y.complete();
      }, 100);
    });
     
    let obs2 = x => Observable.create(y => {
      setTimeout(function() {
        if(!obs1Success) {
          obs2Success = true;
          x.firstname = 'Dominic2';
          y.next(x);
        } else {
          y.error(new Error('Wrong priority'));
        }
        y.complete();
      }, 500);
    });
    testStream.addObserverFactory(obs1, 50);
    testStream.addObserverFactory(obs2, 10);
     
    let myobs = Observable.from([{firstname: 'Dominic'}]);
    myobs = testStream.renderStream(myobs);
    myobs.subscribe(function(res) {
      console.log('got result');
    }, function(err) {
      should.not.exist(err);
    }, function() {
      console.log('execution of all observables completed');
    });

    Config handling

    The default config will be searched in the current working directory of the process in the config subfolder. If no NODE_ENV variable is set the development.json will be used. It's possible to override the configpath via environment variables.

    configpath is the path and will be combined with the NODE_ENV. configfilepath is the full path to a json configuration.

    import {di} from 'mlcl_di';
    import {MlclConfig} from '../dist';
     
    let config = di.getInstance('MlclConfig');
    // returns the whole configuration
    config.getConfig();
    // returns a dot notated path
    config.getConfig('database.url');

    Parameter handling

    To handle parsing of an object with parameters for use in any registered function (cf. Registering data functions), use the core's renderDataParams method which returns an array of values to supply said function with, according to previously defined mapping.

    import {di} from 'mlcl_di';
     
    let core = di.getInstance('MlclCore');
    let functionParams = core.renderDataParams({id: '500', test: 'Hello!'}, 'MyDataFunctionClass', 'myDataReadCheck');
    let functionResult = await (di.getInstance('MyDataFunctionClass').myDataReadCheck(...functionParams));
     

    API Documentation

    The current API Documentation can be found on https://molecuel.github.io/core/

    Build System

    We are using npm to build the entire module. During development we use the tsc compiler defined in the task.json for visual studio code cause the incremental compilation is very fast. To start the build and watch process in Visual Studio Code just press CTRL+SHIFT+B. The build console should come up and show you the results of the build process. Any other editor can be used or just use tsc -w -p . on the commandline.

    All available npm options:

    npm run tslint

    Executes the linter for the typescript files in the src folder

    npm run tslint_test

    Executes the linter for the typescript files in the test folder

    npm run ts

    Runs the Typescript compiler for all files in the src directory

    npm run ts_test

    Runs the Typescript compiler for all files in the test directory

    npm run build

    Executes thes linter for the files in the src folder and runs the typescript compiler for the files in the src folder.

    npm run build_test

    Executes thes linter for the files in the test folder and runs the typescript compiler for the files in the test folder.

    npm run build_all

    Executes thes linter for the files in the src and test folder and runs the typescript compiler for the files in the src and test folder.

    npm run mocha

    Just executes the local mocha command which relies in the local node_modules directory.

    npm run test

    Executes the compilation of the test files and runs the mocha test.

    npm run cover

    Runs the istanbuld code coverage test and remaps the results to the typescript sources

    npm run remap

    Remaps the code coverage report to typescript

    npm run remaphtml

    Remaps the html output of istanbul to the typescript sources

    npm run remaplcov

    Remaps the lcov reports to the typescript sources

    npm run coveralls

    Runs the code coverage reports, the remaps and send the results to the coveralls.io service

    npm run createdoc

    Creates the HTML for the API documentation in the docs folder. The docs folder is in .gitignore and not part of the master branch.

    npm run publishdocs

    Publishes the API documentation to the gh-pages branch.

    npm run docs

    Shortcut for createdocs and publishdocs

    npm run 2npm

    Checks it the package version in package.json is higher than the registered one in npm registry and published the package if the version is higher.

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    2.1.0-beta1

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