digger-network

The contract / request and reply modules for digger

digger-network

The contract / request and reply modules for digger

A simple object that represents a HTTP request in JSON

var network = require('digger-network');
 
var req = network.request({
    method:'get',
    url:'/some/url'
})
 
req.setHeader('x-some-thing', '3434');
 

An object representing a HTTP response - you can pass a function to be called when it has replied

var network = require('digger-network');
 
var res = network.response(function(){
    console.log('statuscode: ' + res.statusCode);   
    console.log('body: ' + res.body);
})

Or you can construct a response from raw JSON

 
var network = require('digger-network');
 
var res = network.response({
    statusCode:200,
    headers:{
        'content-type':'text/plain'
    },
    body:'hello digger'
}
 

A contract is an array of requests to be run as a batch either in series (a pipe contract) or in parallel (a merge contract).

Contracts are produced by running queries on digger containers - they are handled by the digger-contracts module

A contract representing posting data to 2 different places

var network = require('digger-network');
 
var contract = network.contract({
    method:'post',
    url:'/reception',
    headers:{
        'content-type':'digger/contract',
        'x-contract-type':'merge'
    },
    body:[{
        method:'post',
        url:'/some/database/path',
        body:'hello database 1'
    },{
        method:'post',
        url:'/some/other/path',
        body:'hello database 2'
    }]
}
})
 

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