Naval Pilgrim's Mayflower

    This package has been deprecated

    Author message:

    no longer support. upgrade to @textile/threads

    @textile/js-http-client
    TypeScript icon, indicating that this package has built-in type declarations

    1.1.0 • Public • Published

    Textile JS HTTP Client (js-http-client)

    Made by Textile Chat on Slack Keywords

    GitHub package.json version npm (scoped) node (scoped) GitHub license David CircleCI branch standard-readme compliant docs

    Official Textile JS HTTP Wrapper Client

    Join us on our public Slack channel for news, discussions, and status updates. For current status, and where you can help, please see issue #1.

    Important: With the move to Typescript and our 0.2.x release, js-http-client is now published under the @textile namespace, rather than @textileio. Previous releases will remain available under @textileio, however, all code should be updated to reflect this change.

    Table of Contents

    Background

    Textile provides encrypted, recoverable, schema-based, and cross-application data storage built on IPFS and libp2p. We like to think of it as a decentralized data wallet with built-in protocols for sharing and recovery, or more simply, an open and programmable iCloud.

    The reference implementation of Textile is written in Go, and can be compiled to various platforms, including mobile (Android/iOS) and desktop/server (OSX, Windows, Linux, etc). The library in this repo is designed to help support things like browser-based Textile apps, Node.js apps, and other use-cases.

    This library provides access to an underlying go-textile node's REST API, adding various simplified APIs to support in-browser and programmatic desktop access. For the most part, the API would mimic the command-line and/or mobile APIs of go-textile, with some browser-specific enhancements.

    Development

    # Run all the unit tests
    yarn test
    
    # Lint everything
    # NOTE: Linting uses `prettier` to auto-fix styling issues when possible
    yarn lint

    You can also compile the Typescript yourself with:

    yarn build

    And even build a nice browser-compatible bundle with:

    yarn browser

    These will both build and add the exported Javascript files to dist, ready to be used in your next NodeJS, browser, React, Vue, or whatever app!

    We also provide scripts to run a light-weight webpack-dev-server to test out the browser builds. Try something like yarn serve, and then browse to http://127.0.0.1:8080/examples/browser in your favorite browser for a simple example.

    Documentation

    The auto-generated documentation can be found at https://textileio.github.io/js-http-client/.

    # Re-build the documentation
    yarn docs

    Maintainer

    Carson Farmer

    Contributing

    Textile's JS HTTP Client is a work in progress. As such, there's a few things you can do right now to help out:

    • Check out issue 1 for an up-to-date list (maintained by carsonfarmer) of tasks that could use your help.
    • Ask questions! We'll try to help. Be sure to drop a note (on the above issue) if there is anything you'd like to work on and we'll update the issue to let others know. Also get in touch on Slack.
    • Log bugs, file issues, submit pull requests!
    • Perform code reviews. More eyes will help a) speed the project along b) ensure quality and c) reduce possible future bugs.
    • Take a look at go-textile (which we intend to follow to a point), and also at some of the client repositories: for instance, textile-mobile and the Textile react-native-sdk. Contributions here that would be most helpful are top-level comments about how it should look based on our understanding. Again, the more eyes the better.
    • Add tests. There can never be enough tests.
    • Contribute to the Textile docs with any additions or questions you have about Textile and its various impmenentations. A good example would be asking, "What is a thread?". If you don't know a term, odds are someone else doesn't either. Eventually, we should have a good understanding of where we need to improve communications and teaching together to make Textile even better.

    Before you get started, be sure to read our contributors guide and our contributor covenant code of conduct.

    Contributors

    Commits Contributor
    110 carsonfarmer
    26 andrewxhill
    2 robbynshaw
    2 dependabot[bot]
    1 balupton
    1 connectdotz
    1 flyskywhy

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i @textile/js-http-client

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    8

    Version

    1.1.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    3.49 MB

    Total Files

    380

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • joewagner
    • awmuncy
    • sanderpick
    • textileio
    • andrewxhill
    • carsonfarmer
    • asutula