@forlagshuset/fetch-manager
Download manager
Last updated 6 months ago by iapain .
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Fetch Manager

Downloading Manager

Install

npm install

Use

let maxConcurrentJobs = 5;
let maxRetries = 2;
let fm = new FetchManager(maxConcurrentJobs, maxRetries);
let url = "http://{...}";

//for blobs
fm.add(url, options)
  .then((response) => {console.log("Blob object is in response ready to be used: " + response)})
  .catch((e) => {console.log(e)});

//json
fm.add(url, options)
  .then((r) => r.json())
  .then((r) => {console.log("success: " + r)})
  .catch((e) => {console.log(e)});

Additional methods:

fm.getAllDownloads(); //get all active and queued downloads
fm.getStatus(id); // return status of a task (active or queued)
fm.cancel(id); // cancels a task, return promise

If there's a need to listen for downloading progress (this feature works for a few browsers unfortunatelly)

var job = fm.createJob(url, options);

job.setProgressListener((progress, currentlyDownloadedLength, totalLength) => {
  console.log("progress: " + progress + "%\n");
});
fm.addJobToQueue(job)
    .then((response) => {console.log("Blob object is in response ready to be use: " + response)})
    .catch((e) => {console.log(e)});

Process

ES6 source files
       |
       |
    webpack
       |
       +--- babel, eslint
       |
  ready to use
     library
  in umd format

Have in mind that you have to build your library before publishing. The files under the lib folder are the ones that should be distributed.

Getting started

  1. Setting up the name of your library
  • Open webpack.config.js file and change the value of libraryName variable.
  • Open package.json file and change the value of main property so it matches the name of your library.
  1. Build your library
  • Run npm install to get the project's dependencies
  • Run npm run build to produce minified version of your library.
  1. Development mode
  • Having all the dependencies installed run npm run dev. This command will generate an non-minified version of your library and will run a watcher so you get the compilation on file change.
  1. Running the tests
  • Run npm run test

Scripts

  • npm run build - produces production version of your library under the lib folder
  • npm run dev - produces development version of your library and runs a watcher
  • npm run test - well ... it runs the tests :)
  • npm run test:watch - same as above but in a watch mode

Acknowledgements

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