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    cp-axios

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    SYNOPSIS

    cpAxios is a simple axios wrapper that provides an advanced cancellation api.

    This library supports three types of the cancellation API that could be used simultaneously:

    In addition, since cpAxios return a custom promise instead of the native, you get some powers of CPromise:

    • concurrency limiting fot creating request queues
    • progress capturing
    • promise timeouts

    Installation 🔨

    Starting from version 0.1.12 the package imports peer dependencies instead of built-in. So, you should install c-promise2 and axios packages manually using the following command:

    $ npm install cp-axios
    $ yarn add cp-axios

    CDN bundle

    Browser UMD bundle (with all dependencies inside):

    module global export- cpAxios

    Usage examples

    Live Example

    Live browser example

    Request aborting using CPromise cancellation API:

     const cpAxios= require('cp-axios');
     const url= 'https://run.mocky.io/v3/753aa609-65ae-4109-8f83-9cfe365290f0?mocky-delay=5s';
    
     const chain = cpAxios(url)
          .timeout(5000)
          .then(response => {
              console.log(`Done: ${JSON.stringify(response.data)}`)
          }, err => {
              console.warn(`Request failed: ${err}`)
          });
    
     setTimeout(() => chain.cancel(), 500);

    Request aborting using AbortController signal:

     const cpAxios= require('cp-axios');
     const CPromise= require('c-promise2');
     const url= 'https://run.mocky.io/v3/753aa609-65ae-4109-8f83-9cfe365290f0?mocky-delay=5s';
    
     // you could use any other AbortController implementation, but CPromise already provides it
     const abortController = new CPromise.AbortController();
     const {signal} = abortController;
     
     cpAxios(url, {signal})
          .timeout(5000)
          .then(response => {
              console.log(`Done: ${JSON.stringify(response.data)}`)
          }, err => {
              console.warn(`Request failed: ${err}`)
          });
    
     setTimeout(() => abortController.abort(), 500);

    Request aborting using Axios cancelToken:

     const cpAxios= require('cp-axios');
     const url= 'https://run.mocky.io/v3/753aa609-65ae-4109-8f83-9cfe365290f0?mocky-delay=5s';
     const source = cpAxios.CancelToken.source();
     
     cpAxios(url, {cancelToken: source.token})
          .timeout(5000)
          .then(response => {
              console.log(`Done: ${JSON.stringify(response.data)}`)
          }, err => {
              console.warn(`Request failed: ${err}`)
          });
    
     setTimeout(() => source.cancel(), 500);

    Using generators as async functions:

    const cpAxios= require('cp-axios');
    const CPromise= require('c-promise2');
    const url= 'https://run.mocky.io/v3/753aa609-65ae-4109-8f83-9cfe365290f0?mocky-delay=5s';
    
    const chain= CPromise.run(function*(){
        try{
            const response= yield cpAxios(url).timeout(5000);
            console.log(`Done: `, response.data)
        }catch(err){
            console.log(`Error: `, err)
        }   
    });
    
     setTimeout(()=> chain.cancel(), 1000); // abort the request after 1000ms 

    Abortable concurrent requests

    const cpAxios= require('cp-axios');
    const CPromise = require('c-promise2');
    
    // same as cpAxios.all([...])
    const chain= CPromise.all([
        cpAxios("https://run.mocky.io/v3/753aa609-65ae-4109-8f83-9cfe365290f0?mocky-delay=3s"),
        cpAxios("https://run.mocky.io/v3/30a97b24-ed0e-46e8-9f78-8f954aead2f8?mocky-delay=5s")
    ]).timeout(10000).then(responses=> {
        console.log(`Results :`, responses[0].data, responses[1].data);
    }, function (err) {
        console.warn(`We got an error: ${err}`);
    });
    
    // other request will be aborted if one fails
    
     setTimeout(()=> chain.cancel(), 1000); // abort the requests after 1000ms 

    Making a request queue using mapper function with concurrency limit and progress capturing Live Demo:

    import { CPromise } from "c-promise2";
    import cpAxios from "cp-axios";
    
    const promise = CPromise.all(
      [
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=1",
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=2",
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=3",
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=4",
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=5",
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=6",
        "https://run.mocky.io/v3/7b038025-fc5f-4564-90eb-4373f0721822?mocky-delay=2s&x=7"
      ],
      {
        mapper: (url) => {
          console.log(`Request [${url}]`);
          return cpAxios(url);
        },
        concurrency: 2
      }
    )
      .innerWeight(7)
      .progress((p) => console.log(`Progress: ${(p * 100).toFixed(1)}`))
      .then(
        (v) => console.log(`Done: `, v),
        (e) => console.warn(`Failed: ${e}`)
      );
    
    // yeah, we able to cancel the entire task and abort pending network requests
    //setTimeout(() => promise.cancel(), 4500);

    React usage

    cpAxios can be easily used with React using the useAsyncEffect hook, which allows cancelable asynchronous functions to be executed as effects (Live Demo):

    import React from "react";
    import { useAsyncEffect } from "use-async-effect2";
    import cpAxios from "cp-axios";
    
    /*
     Note: the related network request will also be aborted
     Check out your network console
     */
    
    function TestComponent({ url, timeout }) {
      const [cancel, done, result, err] = useAsyncEffect(
        function* () {
          return (yield cpAxios(url).timeout(timeout)).data;
        },
        { states: true, deps: [url] }
      );
    
      return (
        <div>
          {done ? (err ? err.toString() : JSON.stringify(result)) : "loading..."}
          <button onClick={cancel} disabled={done}>
            Cancel async effect (abort request)
          </button>
        </div>
      );
    }
    
    export default TestComponent;

    The request will be automatically aborted when the effect is canceled / restarted.

    API Reference

    The package exports a wrapped version of the axios instance. See the axios documentation to get more information.

    cpAxios(url, {signal, ...nativeAxiosOptions}): CPromise

    Options:

    • signal- the AbortController signal

    • ...nativeAxiosOptions- other options supported by axios package

    Learn more about CPromise features

    Related projects

    • cp-fetch - fetch with timeouts and promise cancellation
    • c-promise2 - promise with cancellation and progress capturing support

    License

    The MIT License Copyright (c) 2020 Dmitriy Mozgovoy robotshara@gmail.com

    Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

    The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

    THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

    Install

    npm i cp-axios

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