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    Restt is a powerful framework for creating fast and reliable edge worker services.

    Crafted for people who love fast development cycles, quality code, security, all while maintaining flexiblity of design.

    Perfect for building anything from MVPs, to large entreprise applications, to development exercises in the classroom.


    Enjoy all of these amazing features with Restt

    Safe and secure code

    Built with zero* package dependencies to ensure your services are safe and secure from any vulnerabilities

    Simple external service integration

    Easily connect external API services you use like Stripe with Providers

    Code flexibility

    Shape your code the way you like it with few rules and restrictions

    And even more with Restt-CLI

    Serve your workers locally

    Testing your edge workers services is easily served to you locally with Cloudworker

    Auto-compilation and hot-reloading

    Automatically recompile and reload your edge worker services on any changes when developing for testing in an instant ‍

    Intelligent debugging tools

    No more ugly stack traces - enjoy intelligently highlighted error code segments in your terminal ‍

    Rapid production distribution

    Distribute your edge worker services to people all around the globe instantly with Cloudflare Workers



    Restt is available through the npm registry:

    $ npm install restt

    Restt-CLI is highly recommended alongside Restt and is also available through the npm registry:

    $ npm install -g restt-cli


    Creating a simple hello world service with Restt is as easy as the following:

    // Import the required classes from Restt
    import { Restt, Service, Resource, Response } from 'restt';
    // Create a hello world service
    const helloworld = new Service({
      // Define the origin of the service
      origin: '',
      // Define the list of resources
      resources: [
        // Bind a resource to the service
        new Resource({
          // Define the endpoint (
          endpoint: '/helloworld',
          // Define the resource protocol
          method: 'GET',
          // Define the response of the resource
          response() {
            // Create a response to send to the client
            return new Response({
              // Define the body of the response
              body: {
                message: 'hello world!'
    // Create the Restt application
    const app = new Restt();
    // Bind the service to the application

    If you're using Restt-CLI (and you're all configured) you can now deploy your services locally:

    $ restt serve helloworld-service.js

    Once served with Restt-CLI you can test your service - let's connect to our resource using curl:

    $ curl http://localhost:3000/

    If everything is working correctly then curl should output the following:


    Now you're ready to deploy for production with Restt-CLI:

    $ restt deploy helloworld-service.js

    Congratulations - you've succesfully built and shipped your services to the edge using Cloudflare Workers with Restt!

    You can check a more detailed overview of the above in the hello world example repository.

    Check out the store example repository which includes Stripe and Cloudflare WorkersKV.

    API Documentation

    Check out the documentation


    Restt is generously supported month to month by these amazing people, teams and organisations!

    If you appreciate Restt and would like to regularly support the maintenance of it, please consider becoming a supporter, partner or sponsor.

    One-time donations can also be made through PayPal.


    Please feel free to implement any features by submitting a pull request.

    Alternatively, you also can submit a feature request.

    All contributions are greatly appreciated!



    Copyright (c) 2019-present, Daniel Larkin


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