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route-node

3.4.2 • Public • Published

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route-node

A package to create a tree (trie) of named routes, allowing you to build and match routes.

$ npm install route-node --save

Creating your tree

To read about how to define paths, look at path-parser README

import rootNode from 'route-node';
 
// Create nodes
const usersNode = new RouteNode('users', '/users', [
    new RouteNode('list', '/list'),
    new RouteNode('view', '/view/:id')
]);
 
// You can also use plain objects
const ordersNode = new RouteNode('orders', '/orders', [
    {name: 'pending',   path: '/pending'},
    {name: 'completed', path: '/completed'},
    {name: 'view',      path: '/view/:id'}
]);
 
// Creating a top root node
const rootNode = new RouteNode('', '', [
    ordersNode,
    usersNode
]);
 
// Add nodes programmatically
rootNode.add(new RouteNode('home', '/home'));

/ paths

When using a deeply nested / path, it will automatically be matched when its parent is matched.

const tree = new RouteNode('', '', [
    new RouteNode('admin', '/admin', [
        new RouteNode('home', '/'),
        new RouteNode('users', '/users')
    ])
]);
 
tree.matchPath('/admin'); // => { name: 'admin.home', params: {} }
tree.buildPath('admin.home', {}, { trailingSlashMode: 'never' }); // => '/admin'

Callbacks

When adding routes (with contructor or .add), you can pass a callback which will be executed for each route added successfully to the tree.

Building and matching routes

node.buildPath(routeName: string, params?: object, options?: BuildOptions): string

rootNode.buildPath('users.view', {id: 1})     // => "/users/view/1"

Performance

Node children need to be sorted for matching purposes. By default this operation happens after having added all routes.

matchPath(path: string, options?: MatchOptions): RouteNodeState | null

rootNode.matchPath('/users/view/1');
// => {name: "users.view", params: {id: "1"}}

Options

Options available:

  • trailingSlashMode:
    • 'default': building follows path definitions
    • 'never': when building, trailing slash is removed
    • 'always': when building, trailing slash is added
  • queryParamsMode:
    • 'default': a path will match with any query parameters added, but when building, extra parameters won't appear in the returned path.
    • 'strict': a path with query parameters which were not listed in node definition will cause a match to be unsuccessful. When building, extra parameters won't appear in the returned path.
    • 'loose': a path will match with any query parameters added, and when building, extra parameters will appear in the returned path.
  • queryParams: options for query parameters
  • caseSensitive: whether path matching is case sensitive or not (default to false)

install

npm i route-node

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14,796

version

3.4.2

license

ISC

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