dar-server

0.6.0 • Public • Published

Dar Server

Node.js based filesystem backend for document archives (Dar). You can find examples here.

Install

$ git clone https://github.com/substance/dar-server.git
$ cd dar-server
$ npm install

Integration into a custom Express application

let express = require('express')
let darServer = require('dar-server')
let path = require('path')

const port = 4000
const rootDir = path.resolve(path.join(__dirname, 'archives'))

let app = express()
darServer.serve(app, {
  port,
  serverUrl: 'http://localhost:' + port,
  rootDir
})

app.listen(port, () => {
  console.log(`Running dar-server on port ${port}`)
})

To avoid name clashes with your own express end-points you can provide an apiUrl

darServer.serve(app, {
  port,
  serverUrl: 'http://localhost:' + port,
  rootDir,
  apiUrl: '/archives'
})

Command-line tool

This module comes with a command-line tool that starts dar-server in a new express instance.

$ npm install -g dar-server
$ dar-server ./my-archives
DAR server is running on http://localhost:4100

To start you could take the examples from the DAR repository:

git clone https://github.com/substance/dar.git

and then start the dar-server using

dar-server ./dar/examples

After that you should be able to open

http://localhost:4100/!list

in the browser and see a listing of found archives. Notice, that dar-server is just a backend for serving archives. To be able to read and edit the context you need to use Texture.

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