caviar

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A pluggable and extendable skeleton which help to integrate several existing web frameworks to create your own micro frontends out of the box with even zero configuration.

An architectural style where independently deliverable frontend applications are composed into a greater whole

Getting Started

mkdir hello && cd hello
yo generator-caviar
npm run dev

Yeah, we have our first application

File Structure

project/
|-- app
|-- pages
|-- caviar.config
|   |-- .env
|   |-- client.env
|   |-- index.js
|-- package.json
|-- ...

Thinking in caviar


The sections below is for development purpose

Extend caviar for your own business

Config chain

How to write caviar plugins

API Documentation

const {
  Sandbox,
  Server,
  ConfigLoader 
= require('caviar')

new Sandbox(options)

  • options Object
    • cwd path the current working directory
    • port? number server port
    • dev? boolean=false whether is for development purpose
    • serverClassPath? path the file path of the Server class. Defaults to the Server class path of the caviar project.
    • configLoaderClassPath? path the file path of the ConfigLoader class

Creates a new sandbox. Sandbox is design to filter the environment variables.

await sandbox.start(): ChildProcess

Start the sandbox, and it will create a new Server by passing {cwd, port, dev} as options.

new Server(options)

  • options Object
    • cwd
    • port? Number options.port will override config.port of caviar.config.js
    • dev?
    • configLoaderClassPath?

Create a new Server

const server = new Server({
  cwd,
  dev: true
})
 
await server.ready()
server.listen(8888)

await server.ready(): this

Initialize the server

server.callback(): Function

Returns a callback function suitable for the http.createServer() method to handle a request.

require('http')
.createServer(server.callback())
.listen(8888)

This method must NOT be called before the server is ready (await server.ready())

server.listen(port?): Promise

  • port? number optional server port. If port is specified, it will override options.port.
  • callback? Function

License

MIT


Thanks @reallinfo for the great logo

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