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    lib

    4.3.3 • Public • Published

    Autocode standard library Node.js bindings

    Basic Node bindings for Autocode standard library service accession (Node 4+).

    Used to interface with services built using Autocode and the Autocode CLI.

    The lib package is available on npm: lib and operates as zero-dependency interface to run Autocode standard library APIs and web services. This means that you can utilize any service on Autocode without installing any additional dependencies, and when you've deployed services to Autocode, you have a pre-built Node.js SDK --- for example;

    Callback Style

    const lib = require('lib');
    lib.yourUsername.hostStatus({name: 'Dolores Abernathy'}, (err, result) => {
    
      // handle result
    
    });

    Promise Style

    const lib = require('lib');
    lib.yourUsername.hostStatus({name: 'Dolores Abernathy'})
      .then(result => /* handle result */)
      .catch(err => /* handle error */);

    To explore the Autocode standard library, visit https://autocode.com/lib/. To build a web service or standard library API, sign up on https://autocode.com/.

    Installation

    To install locally in a project, use;

    $ npm install lib --save

    Usage

    const lib = require('lib');
    
    // [1]: Call "utils.greet" function, the latest version, from Autocode
    let message = await lib.utils.greet({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    
    // [2]: Call "utils.greet" function with "dev" environment
    let message = await lib.utils.greet['@dev']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    
    // [3]: Call "utils.greet" function with "release" environment
    //      This is equivalent to (1)
    let message = await lib.utils.greet['@release']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    
    // [4]: Call "utils.greet" function with specific version
    //      if latest version, this is equivalent to (1)
    let message = await lib.utils.greet['@0.0.1']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    
    // [5]: Call another endpoint within the "utils.greet" service
    let message = await lib.utils.greet['@dev'].otherEndpoint();
    
    // You can compose calls dynamically as well by using a string key
    await lib['utils.greet']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet[@dev]']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet[@release]']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet[@0.0.1]']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet.otherEndpoint']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet[@dev].otherEndpoint']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet[@release].otherEndpoint']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});
    await lib['utils.greet[@0.0.1].otherEndpoint']({name: 'Lionel Hutz'});

    Additional Information

    To learn more about Autocode, visit autocode.com or read the Autocode CLI documentation on GitHub.

    You can follow the development team on Twitter, @AutocodeHQ

    Autocode is © 2016 - 2021 Polybit Inc.

    Install

    npm i lib

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    Version

    4.3.3

    License

    MIT

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