web-node-server

0.0.11 • Public • Published

nodeserver

Version

Achieve node server's domain name resolution and web application's router

What is realized

1.This is a simple node http server,achieve a mapping for server and domain name,than a mapping for the static file and API route

2.right response for get, post, put, delete method,then submit the params in route query string and form data to your node backend.

Setup and run

Global module

make sure you have global installed node.

Initialization

$ sudo npm install web-node-server

Configure

You should configure server in this directory, specific method is:

// configure server constant
// config.js
exports.constant = {
  // default port
  port: 9999,
  // welcome page's configure
  host: {
    backend: path.join(__dirname, '/../default/'),
    frondend: path.join(__dirname, '/../default/'),
    baseTemp: 'welcome.html'
  }
};
// Binding to the domain name
exports.serv = {
  // sites' domain name
  'localhost1': {
    // sites' backend workspace
    backend: '/Users/pg/demo/nodeserver/default/',
    // sites' frondend workspace
    frondend: '/Users/pg/demo/nodeserver/default/',
    // sites' static file entrance
    baseTemp: 'demo.html'
  }
};

At backend workspace (previously defined workspace) create config.js. Write the site routing information

// project_url/config.js
// Define a API's url,all get method's API are in app.url.get object,the key is route url,value is a function which will be running. Than define post, put, delete route.
exports.app = {
  url: {
    'get': {
      '/api': list.get
    },
    'post': {
      '/api': list.post
    },
    'put': {
      '/api': list.put
    },
    'delete': {
      '/api': list.remove
    }
  }
}
 
var list = {
  get: function(send, res, routeParams, getParams) {
    res.status = 200;
    res.data = {
      message: 'yes! this is a response data with get method',
      routeParams: routeParams,
      getParams: getParams
    };
    return send(res); // return application/json
  },
  post: function(send, res, routeParams, getParams, formData) {
    res.status = 200;
    res.html = '<html></html>';
    return send(res); // return text/html
  },
  delete: function(send, res, routeParams, getParams, formData) {
    res.status = 302;
    res.url = '/article';
    return send(res); // return 302 to a url
  }
}
 

run

// In root directory
node web-node-server.js
 
// In project directory (run this directory only, with local config)
// you may add web-node-server into you package.json
config = {
  'localhost': {
    backend: __dirname + '/api/',
    frondend: __dirname + '/web/',
    baseTemp: 'index.html'
  }
}
var server = require('web-node-server');
server.start(config);
 

Learn more

There are some example in welcome page about get, post, put, delete method's using. You can reference

you can give me your suggestion in github.

The basic file directory structure

If any changes please update this section

.
├── config.js           ... server's domain example configure
├── index.js            ... example startup code
├── nodeserver.js       ... define response callback,than start server
├── router.js           ... distinguish different request, make different treatment
├── tool                ... gadgets
└── default             ... default welcome page
    ├── config.js       ... example route configure
    ├── demo.html       ... demo page about a demo configure
    └── welcome.html    ... welcome page,the function demonstration
 
 

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