Turn a function into an
This module provides a very basic, barebones implementation of a Node.js
http.Agent. This can be used with the built-in
It provides no Keep-Alive support and no socket pooling. It's very minimal.
It's minimal in order to be easily extended, and to feel like I have a sense of
"control" over the underlying sockets being used by the
This also allows for cooler things to be done in subclasses, like preprocessing the socket somehow, or perhaps connecting the socket to a different server entirely (think proxy servers).
Here's some more interesting subclasses of
agent-base. Send a pull request to
http-proxy-agent: An HTTP(s) proxy
http.Agentimplementation for HTTP endpoints
https-proxy-agent: An HTTP(s) proxy
http.Agentimplementation for HTTPS endpoints
$ npm install agent-base
var url = require'url';var http = require'http';var Agent = require'agent-base';var endpoint = '';var opts = urlparseendpoint;// This is the important part!optsagent = ;// Everything else works just like normal...httpgetoptsconsole.log'"response" event!' resheaders;respipeprocessstdout;;
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