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An Angular module for connecting to your SailsJs Backend/API through SocketIO.

Installation

npm i ngx-sails-socketio

Usage

Add SailsModule to your application module.

// Override options to configure connection to your sailsjs backend
const options: SailsOptions = {
   url: "ws://127.0.0.1:1337",
   prefix: "/api", // Optional uri prefix
   environment: SailsEnvironment.DEV,
   query: "__sails_io_sdk_version=0.11.0&__sails_io_sdk_platform=windows&__sails_io_sdk_language=javascript",
   reconnection: true,
   autoConnect: false
};
 
@NgModule({
 declarations: [
   AppComponent
 ],
 imports: [
   SailsModule.forRoot(options, [AuthInterceptor,])
   ...
 ],
 providers: [],
 bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})
 
export class AppModule { }

An implementation of the AuthInterceptor class

@Injectable()
export class AuthInterceptor implements SailsInterceptorInterface {
 
   constructor(private router: Router, private jobs: JobsService) {
   }
 
   intercept(request: SailsRequestOptions, next: SailsInterceptorHandlerInterface): Observable<SailsResponse> {
       request.clone({
           headers: request.headers.set("Authorization", [token]) // Replace [token] with your auth token
       });
       const response = next.handle(request);
 
       return response.map(res => {
           if (res.getStatusCode() === 401) {
             // handle unauthorised request.
           }
           return res;
       });
   }
}

Inject the Sails into your components/services and instatiate classes specific to your objective.

class ExampleComponent implements OnInit {
 
 data: any;
 
 constructor(private sails: SailsClient) { }
 
 ngOnInit() {
   const req = new SailsRequest(this.sails);
   req.get('/model/action').subscribe(res => {
     this.data = res.getBody();
   });
 }
 
}

API

class SailsRequest

Makes a request for a resource to the configured sails server. Has methods that maps to the various supported RESTful API verbs.

Methods

  • get(url: string): Observable<SailsResponse>
  • post(url: string, data: any): Observable<SailsResponse>
  • put(url: string, data: any): Observable<SailsResponse>
  • patch(url: string, body: any): Observable<SailsResponse>
  • delete(url: string): Observable<SailsResponse>

class SailsSubscription

A class for subscribing to resourceful Pub-Sub events emitted from a sailsjs backend.

Methods

  • on(eventName: string): Observable<SailsEvent>
  • off(eventName: string): Observable<SailsEvent>

Example(s)

Under construction

class SailsEvent

A class representing an event on a resource from the server. This follows the structure as described in the sailsjs Pub-Sub event documentation.

class SailsQuery

A class for querying records from the server. Similar to SailsRequests but has methods mapping actions as detail on waterline api used by sailsjs.

interface SailsInterceptorInterface

An interface to construct an iterceptor to use for requests.

Example(s)

An authentication interceptor to set the Authorization header on every request.

@Injectable()
export class AuthInterceptor implements SailsInterceptorInterface {
 
    constructor(private router: Router) {
    }
 
    intercept(request: SailsRequestOptions, next: SailsInterceptorHandlerInterface): Promise<SailsResponse> {
        request.clone({
            headers: request.headers.set("Authorization", token)
        });
        
        const response = next.handle(request);
 
        return response.then(res => {
            if (res.getStatusCode() === 401) {
                this.router.navigateByUrl("login");
            }
            return res;
        });
    }
}

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