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    logoran-mount

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    logoran-mount

    Mount other Logoran applications as middleware. The path passed to mount() is stripped from the URL temporarily until the stack unwinds. This is useful for creating entire apps or middleware that will function correctly regardless of which path segment(s) they should operate on.

    Installation

    $ npm install logoran-mount

    Examples

    View the ./examples directory for working examples.

    Mounting Applications

    Entire applications mounted at specific paths. For example you could mount a blog application at "/blog", with a router that matches paths such as "GET /", "GET /posts", and will behave properly for "GET /blog/posts" etc when mounted.

    const mount = require('logoran-mount');
    const Logoran = require('logoran');
     
    // hello
     
    const a = new Logoran();
     
    a.use(async function (ctx, next){
      await next();
      ctx.body = 'Hello';
    });
     
    // world
     
    const b = new Logoran();
     
    b.use(async function (ctx, next){
      await next();
      ctx.body = 'World';
    });
     
    // app
     
    const app = new Logoran();
     
    app.use(mount('/hello', a));
    app.use(mount('/world', b));
     
    app.listen(3000);
    console.log('listening on port 3000');

    Try the following requests:

    $ GET /
    Not Found
    
    $ GET /hello
    Hello
    
    $ GET /world
    World
    

    Mounting Middleware

    Mount middleware at specific paths, allowing them to operate independently of the prefix, as they're not aware of it.

    const mount = require('logoran-mount');
    const Logoran = require('logoran');
     
    async function hello(ctx, next){
      await next();
      ctx.body = 'Hello';
    }
     
    async function world(ctx, next){
      await next();
      ctx.body = 'World';
    }
     
    const app = new Logoran();
     
    app.use(mount('/hello', hello));
    app.use(mount('/world', world));
     
    app.listen(3000);
    console.log('listening on port 3000');

    Optional Paths

    The path argument is optional, defaulting to "/":

    app.use(mount(a));
    app.use(mount(b));

    Debugging

    Use the DEBUG environement variable to whitelist logoran-mount debug output:

    $ DEBUG=logoran-mount node myapp.js &
    $ GET /foo/bar/baz
    
      logoran-mount enter /foo/bar/baz -> /bar/baz +2s
      logoran-mount enter /bar/baz -> /baz +0ms
      logoran-mount enter /baz -> / +0ms
      logoran-mount leave /baz -> / +1ms
      logoran-mount leave /bar/baz -> /baz +0ms
      logoran-mount leave /foo/bar/baz -> /bar/baz +0ms
    

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i logoran-mount

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    1.0.0

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