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hariko

node-hariko

Mock Server that implements the API Blueprint specification.

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Installation

npm install -g hariko

Usage

hariko\
  -f <glob expression to your md files>\
  -p <server port>

Examples

for CLI

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' -p 8080 -w

for Node.js

var hariko = require('hariko');
hariko.start({
  file: 'docs/**/*.md',
  watch: true
}, function () {
  console.log('Starting hariko server.');
});

CLI Options

file

Filename in the node-glob format of API Blueprint.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md'

exclude

Exclude filename in the node-glob format.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md'\
       --exclude 'docs/metadata.md'\
       --exclude 'docs/overview.md'

port

Port number of API Server. By default 3000.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' -p 8000

host

Hostname of API Server. By default localhost

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' --host '0.0.0.0'

watch

Watching changes for markdown files. By default false.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' -w

This watch we have been using the gaze. If you want to exit the watch is, enter Ctrl + C.

output

Output in the form of HarikoReosurce to JSON.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' -o 'api/'

When output option is enabled, the server can perform realtime data changes because reading JSON.

proxy

A origin for proxy request. By default false.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' --proxy 'http://localhost:8100'

verbose

Output the verbose log. By default false.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' -v

log-level

set to log level.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' --log-level debug

time

Output the logging time. By default false.

hariko -f 'docs/**/*.md' -t

API

var hariko = require('hariko');

hariko.start(options [, startCalleback]);

hariko.start({file: 'docs/**/*.md'}, function () {
  console.log('hariko started!');
});

License

MIT