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JavaScriptational State Transfer. JS restful API layer with Mongoose based resources. Inspired by python Tastypie


JavaScriptational State Transfer for node.js with easy generating resource from Mongoose ORM

This module provides Resource base class with:

  • Authentication
  • Authorization
  • Pagination
  • Cache
  • Throttling
  • Validation
  • MongooseResource
  • Resources listing
var express = require('express'),
    app = express(),
    Jest = require('jest'),
    mongoose = require('mongoose'),
    Schema = mongoose.Schema;
app.configure(function () {
    app.set('port', process.env.PORT || 80);

// create mongoose model

var User = mongoose.model('user', new Schema({
    username: {type: String, required: true},
    email: String,
    password: {type: String, validate: [function(v) { return true}, 'custom validate']},
    credits: {type: Number, min: 1, max: 230},
    role: {type: String, 'default': 'user' ,enum: ['user', 'admin']},
    date: {type:Date, 'default':},
    groups: [{name:String, permissions: [{name:String, expires:Date}]}]

// create mongoose resource for User model

var UserResource = Jest.MongooseResource.extend({
        // call Jest.Resource constructor 
        // passing the Model User we created 
        // use array to decide which fields will be visible by API 
        // this.fields = ['username','credits']; 
        // use tree object to decide recursively which fields to expose 
        this.fields = {username: true, credits: true, groups: {name: true, permissions: {name: true} }};
        // use list or 
        this.update_fields = ['email', 'password'];
        // specify base query for the model 
        this.default_query = function(query){
            return query.where('credits').gte(10);
        // specify which fields can be used to filter 
        this.filtering = {credits: true};
        // which http methods are allowed 
        this.allowed_methods = ['get', 'post', 'put'];
var api = new Jest.Api('api', app);
api.register('users', new UserResource());
app.listen(app.get('port'), function(){
    console.log('express started on port %d', app.get('port'));

now go to http://localhost/api/ to see the api's and http://localhost/api/users to work with User model the Jest way.

$ npm install jest

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And maybe one day will be...