loadbalance-client

0.2.2 • Public • Published

loadbalance-client

Usage

import LoadBalanceClient from 'loadbalance-client';
import Consul from 'consul';
 
const SERVICE_NAME = 'a-service';
 
const consul = new Consul(/* ignore */);
const lbClient = new LoadBalanceClient(SERVICE_NAME, consul);
 
export function getResource(id) {
    return lbClient.get({
        url: `/${SERVICE_NAME}/v1/resources/:id`,
        params: {id: id},
        headers: {
            'Content-Type': 'application/json'
        }
    });
}

API

new LoadBalanceClient(serviceName, consul, options)

serviceName

The service name.

consul

The consul client instance. you can see node-consul for detail.

options

  • strategy: Default is random. Others are 'round_robin_engine', 'priority_engine'.
  • request: You can see request for detail.
  • Other options you can see node-consul for detail.

lbClient.get(options)

lbClient.post(options)

lbClient.delete(options)

lbClient.put(options)

lbClient.send(options)

If you use send function, you must specific the options.method param. You can see request for detail. This options have a higher priority than global options.

lbClient.onPreSend(callback: request)

lbClient.onPostSend(callback: response)

Event

support events:

  • refreshing-services

lbClient.on(eventName, callback);

lbClient.off(eventName, callback);

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npm i loadbalance-client

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