A client-side request/response dispatcher.
Havana browser intercepts
request.received event and subscribes to
response.send events published by a response handler.
response.send event is received Havana browser
patches the DOM with the response content using
How to install
npm install havana-browser
How to use
;; const event = ; const reporting = 'level': 2 'reporter': consolelog; const browser = 'event': event 'reporting': reporting; // Add a response handler here browser;
Events take the form of Havana event or a library with an interchangeable API.
request.listening: Signifies that Havana browser will now attempt to intercept
request.received: Signifies that Havana browser has received a request on the specified port, publishing the request data for consumption by response handlers.
response.error: Signifies that all registered response handlers have failed to provide a response.
response.handler.register: Allows a response handler to notify Havana browser that it will attempt to handle requests.
response.handler.error: Allows a response handler to notify Havana browser that it has not been able to handle the request.
response.send: Allows a response handler to notify Havana browser that it has handled the request successfully, publishing the response data for consumption by Havana browser.
Havana browser is written using ES2015+ syntax.
However, by default this module will use an ES5 compatible file that has been compiled using Babel.
dist directory there are two files, the default
Havana browser currently requires the
You are expected to supply this yourself. However, as a
courtesy you will also find
browser.with-polyfill.js in the