@nepaul/rest-url-parser

1.0.4 • Public • Published

Rest URL Parser

Rest URL Parser

license npm

Only a function called parseRequestURL().

Simplify the handling of URLs that contain parameters..

It's particularly useful for applications that deal with REST APIs where resource identifiers are embedded in the URL.

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Install

This project uses node and npm. Please install them first.

npm install  @nepaul/rest-url-parser

Usage

import parseRequestURL from '@nepaul/rest-url-parser';

const sourceConfig = {
  url: '/user/:userId/post/:postId',
  params: {
    userId: '123',
    postId: '456',
  },
};

const result = parseRequestURL(sourceConfig);

console.log(result);

Use with Axios:

import parseRequestURL from '@nepaul/rest-url-parser';

const instance = axios.create(appConfig.httpClient);

const requestInterceptor = instance.interceptors.request.use(
  function (config) {
    const restConfig = parseRequestURL(config);
    return restConfig;
  },
  function (error) {
    return Promise.reject(error);
  }
);

instance.post('/user/:userId/post/:postId', {
  userId: '123',
  postId: '456',
});

API

parseRequestURL(sourceConfig)

This function takes a sourceConfig object and parses the url property for parameters. It returns the updated sourceConfig.

parseRequestURL(sourceConfig);

Contributing

Your contributions and suggestions are heartily welcome. Submit an issue or submit a pull request.

Thanks to all the people who already contributed!

License

MIT

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