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    Bundler and Deployer for decentralized packages

    This repository is created to help people creating decentralized packages via IPFS easy

    Single command to deploy!

    Version control based on Hashes

    Typescript and Javascript compatible

    Message history

    Readme data (TODO)

    Parcel Lazy Module import for Browser (currently not supported) files will not be downloaded so the resolver will not find them (TODO)

    Web UI Included!

    Install globally

    npm i @rxdi/deploy -g
    Starting WebUI
    rxdi-deploy --webui --open-browser

    Or using command line

    Bundle and deploy your file!

    rxdi-deploy ./index.ts @yournamespace "fix(ManyThings): inside core module" -v --tsconfig

    Two liner test deploy

    Create typescript file:
    echo "export const rxdi_deploy = 'rxdi-deploy-test';" > index.ts
    Deploy created file:
    rxdi-deploy ./index.ts @nonamespace "init(): init commit" -v --tsconfig

    After deploy screen:


    After deploy screen with warnings:


    Installing deployed module

    Install global @rxdi/core this is our connection with the uploaded package
    npm install -g @rxdi/core
    Install module
    rxdi install `ipfs-hash`
    rxdi i QmWxi1tiVRJfVCTkFD9upaeQoPgG4NzbagxyA1RQCt3X3P


    rxdi-deploy `main-file` `namespace` `message` `...arguments`

    main-file: This is the main bundle file

    namespace: How this module will be imported example: @yournamespace import {} from '@yournamespace';

    message: Short message representing what is changed in this version


    (--message): Simple commit message when deploying module

    (--out-dir): Parcel build out dir

    (--file): Pass file path after this argument

    (--namespace): How this module will be named ? Later when you install it you can use it as follow import { MyModule } from @mynamespace

    (--beat): How many seconds the application should stay after deploy recomended 20 seconds so file will be distributed accross the network

    (--html): Pass your html file this will override --message or 3-th argument message and you can put whole html

    (--webui): Will spawn web ui with many settings, history, last deployed module etc. can be passed with --open-browser argument

    (--open-browser): Will open browser for web user interface

    (--graphiql-playground): Development purposes open graphiql-playground dev tools

    (--node-only): Will just spawn node so you can use it for persistent data

    (--silent): Will silent every program output log

    (--unminify): Tell ParcelJS to not minify or uglify current deployed module

    (--browser): Will tell ParcelJS to build current module for browser

    (--tsconfig): Create tsconfig file if not exist

    (--verbose): Better logging or you can use -v argument for simplicity

    (--default-ipfs-node): ` ipfs node is GO but if you want you can use JS '--default-ipfs-node js'

    (--ipfs-api-gateway): This is the address of the IPFS Gatway default: 8081

    (--ipfs-api-port): This is the port of the IPFS Api default: 5002

    (--ipfs-swarms): These are the swarms for the Ipfs daemon passing them with comma separated example: --ipfs-swarms /ip4/,/ip6/::/tcp/4001, etc...

    (--deployer-config-name): This is default reactive.json filename you can change with other but in this moment is not tested very well

    (--graphiql): Open GraphiQL dev screen

    (--open-browser-graphiql): Open browser for development purposes with Graphiql Dev tools

    (--webui-server-watcher): If this argument passed we can spawn our server watcher so we can manage syncronization with UI and passing data from the rxdi-deploy server

    (--webui-server-watcher-port): Watcher port is the main status port for webui if changed webui will not work defaults: 8957

    (--graphiql-subscription-endpoint): Graphiql Dev tool subscription endpoint

    (--graphiql-auth-token): Authentication token for graphiql dev tools

    (--graphql-endpoint): Endpoint for the Graphql webserver

    (--write-effects): Development effects are for graphql webserver can be checked here for more info

    (--graphql-server-only) : This argument will start also graphql web server so you can start making queries and interact with deployer only via API

    (--graphiql-endpoint): Endpoint for Graphiql development tools

    (--graphql-api-port): Development server api port is random, if set --random-port false will default to: 9300 if --graphql-api-port 8*** is not set

    (--random-port): This parameter will set random port to Graphql Server if for example you dont have the port avalable

    (--disable-package-collection): Disable collecting dependencies from package.json

    (--collect-packages): Collect dependencies from package.json and transfer it to reactive.json

    (--server-push-interval): Interval for server push service this is how fast the data will update by default is 7 seconds

    (--help): This help suite :)

    unminify - Reason that we don't have minify option and by default rxdi-deploy minify every bundle is that we care about Nature and for every deployed IPFS file even for testing will cost in the future many environmental changes for maintaining much larger space than we actualy can use.

    beat argument is created for better control over process termination. Reason this exist is internal mechanism since we ADD file to IPFS and then stop the Daemon no one can serve the file for us. So to fix this we need to PING biggest IPFS nodes available at the moment with our new generated HASH. Since some of them may be down or the connection may be slow the flow of Pinging content onto IPFS is separated from the main Deploy chain. This solution will provide us with stable independent build with correct end result.

    Adding other file than .ts or .js

    rxdi-deploy P1010094.jpg
    If the file is bigger put --beat 30 number is equivalent to seconds
    This will ensure sucessfuly distributed file across main nodes
    rxdi-deploy P1010094.jpg --beat 30


    Available on docker hub

    Single command to run

    docker run -p 8957:8957 -p 5001:5001 -p 8080:8080 -p 9300:9300 -v $(pwd)/files:/usr/src/app/files -v $(pwd)/packages:/usr/src/app/packages -v $(pwd)/.rxdi:/root/.rxdi -v $(pwd)/.jsipfs:/root/.jsipfs -i -t rxdi/deploy:latest --graphiql-playground --webui
    docker pull rxdi/deploy

    Manual build from source

    docker build -t rxdi/deploy .
    docker-compose up -d

    Open browser to http://localhost:9300/webui To change the port open docker-compose.yml

    version: '2'
        image: rxdi/deploy:latest
        restart: always
        mem_limit: 1000000000
        cpu_shares: 73
        container_name: rxdi-ipfs-deployer
          - API_PORT=9300
          - RANDOM_PORT=false
          - IPFS_API_GATEWAY=/ip4/
          - IPFS_API_PORT=/ip4/
          - "9300:9300"
          - "5001:5001"
          - "8080:8080"
          - "8957:8957"
          - ./packages:/usr/src/app/packages
          - ./.rxdi:/root/.rxdi
          - ./.jsipfs:/root/.jsipfs

    Modify Authentication logic

    Add inside the working directory file with name interceptor.ts and add following content; if using docker place interceptor.ts inside my-project or mount it at with custom folder -v $(pwd)/files:/usr/src/app/files as long as interceptor.ts present inside /usr/src/app/files it will be loaded.

    Working with this approach you need to set --interceptor ./interceptor.ts argument

    To be sure that packages will be installed inside container you can pass following option:

    --globals 'firebase-admin, @rxdi/firestore, express, @angular/cli'
    import { Request } from 'hapi';
    import { errorUnauthorized, GenericGapiResolversType } from '@gapi/core';
    interface Context {
      user: { type: string };
    interface Resolver extends GenericGapiResolversType {
      scope?: string[];
      public?: boolean;
    function canAccess(resolverScope: string[], context: Context) {
      return context && context.user && resolverScope.filter(scope => scope === context.user.type).length
        ? true
        : errorUnauthorized();
    function AuthenticationHooks(resolver: Resolver, context: Context) {
      canAccess(resolver.scope, context);
    function ResolverHooks(resolver: Resolver, root, args, context: Context, info) {
      if (resolver && !resolver.public) {
        AuthenticationHooks(resolver, context);
    export async function OnRequestHook(request: Request) {
      return { user: { type: 'ADMIN' } };
    export async function ResolverHook(resolver: Resolver, root, args, context: Context, info) {
        return ResolverHooks(resolver, root, args, context, info);

    Important part is that we export 2 methods OnRequestHook and ResolverHook These are named for convenience the script internally will take UP to 2 methods

    1. Request handler function - will populate context variable for resolver
    2. Resolver hook function - on every request apply some authentication logic
    3. By default every resolver scope is predefined with ADMIN to change it set Environment variable APP_DEFAULT_SCOPE
    export async function MyMethodWhichWillPopulateContext(request: Request) {
      return { user: { type: 'ADMIN' } };
    export async function MyMethodThatWillBeRunnedOnEveryRequest(resolver: Resolver, root, args, context: Context, info) {
        return ResolverHooks(resolver, root, args, context, info);




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