a duplex server with mesh network edge deduplication
A fancy tcp client and server that acts as neither, and abstracts out connection deduplication between identical nodes.
$ npm install masterless
Run any of the following:
$ mocha$ npm test$ make test
Note: remember to
npm install to get those yummy dev dependencies!
var Server = require'masterless';var left = 'e4663c9c3f9a89112afc48389a951e09';var right = 'b073a8ee09e1daca57e9d54a5efe5684';lefton'listening'rightconnectinfo;;righton'connect'rightsendid type: 'counter' total: 0;;lefton'message' onmessage;righton'message' onmessage;if packettype === 'counter'packettotal % 100 === 0 && console.log'counter at' packettotal;thissendsender type: 'counter' total: packettotal + 1;elseconsole.log'unknown packet' packet;
For more examples, see examples.
Construct a new server object, with an id unique to context in which the server is used. Optionally specify a
port to listen on.
var server = '67d2cb3db178bc5ca7d9f7157e3119aa';var serverWithPort = '81358297b83f2d4d6cfa58ba5aff6180' port: 23412;
Connect to a remote node via a transport uri. Automatically sets the node as a keep node.
Disconnect from a remote via a node id.
Reconnects to the specified node if the connection dies.
Returns a formatted transport uri. The result of this function is included in the
listening event. The
info method returns
null if the server has yet to initialize.
server.info; // => 'tcp://192.168.1.64:35649'
Ends all connections and closes the server.
serverclose// server has been closed;
Sends a packet to one or more nodes. Returns false if unable to send for a single destination.
serversend'81358297b83f2d4d6cfa58ba5aff6180' some: 'data';serversendleftid rightid some: 'other' random: 'data';serversend'not-a-valid-node' not: 'sent'; // returns false
The following example will open two connections, then close exactly one as the handshake completes.
var left = ;var right = ;leftconnectright.info;rightconnectleft.info;
Send messages to multiple nodes with low overhead (doesn't reencode the packet).
serversendleftid rightid multiple: 'dispatch';
keep method to specify a connection is locally important, and the server will attempt to reconnect once between disconnecting.
var left = ;var right = ;// both nodes will unilaterally try to reconnectrightkeepleftid;leftconnectright.info;leftonce'connect'// causes a reconnectrightdisconnectleftid;;
- The wire protocol is not yet stable--it is a simple protocol, but could be far more lightweight.
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