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supershit

Supershit

Lightweight search-engine friendly single-page web framework

Requirements

NodeJS >= 8

Installation

npm i supershit -g

How to use

REST API

Lets create a simple REST API in a few steps.

const api = supershit.api('/api')
 
api.route('/hello', {
  get() {
    return { message: 'Hello World!' }
  }
})

You'll find this example in examples/simple-api.js folder. Start the example by using the command node examples/simple-api.js and fire a curl to the API.

curl -X GET -H "accept: application/json" http://localhost:7448/api/hello
 
# Response 
< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
< Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *
< Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8
< Content-Length: 26
{"message":"Hello World!"}

Read more about the api() method at REST API page

Start a server

The default port is 7448. Supershit starts a webserver when it's required. Use the start command supershit start to start the app in clustermode or for development the dev command supershit dev, it reloads the app everytime when a source file changes.

Refer to CLI page to get a list of all supported commands.

Config

Supershit reads config from config/${process.env.NODE_ENV}.json. A config file can be either a .json, .cson or .yaml file.

// load config from config files
const config = supershit.config()

Read more about config at the Config page.

Logging

const log = supershit.logger()
log.info('App started successful,', {
  port: 7448
})
 
log.debug('Process id:,', process.pid)

Read more about logging at the Logging page.