exprexo
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hacked javascript freshly served

What is exprexo

exprexo is a zero-configuration command-line javascript server. Think about it like http-server but with dinamic .js files execution alongside of statics.

exprexo allows creating mocks easily and fast. Just run exprexo in any folder containing some paths with a get.js file and open your browser using the same path as the url. Your paths, your API.

Installing globally

Installation via npm:

npm install exprexo -g

This will install exprexo globally so that it may be run from the command line.

exprexo and javascript make the perfect blend

Usage

exprexo [path] [options]

Available Options

Usage: exprexo [path] [options]

Mode
  --silent, -s  Make this exprexo in silence          [boolean] [default: false]
  --verbose     Make this exprexo loud as hell        [boolean] [default: false]

Options:
  --directory, -d  A cool directory to be served           [default: "./routes"]
  --open, -o       Open your browser at the served page         [default: false]
  --port, -p       A cool port for your exprexo                           [9000]
  --help           Show help                                           [boolean]
  --version        Show version number                                 [boolean]

Get started

Basic example, serving a simple JSON

On a terminal, run:

$ mkdir cool-stuff
$ cd cool-stuff

Create a file named get.json that may look as follows:

{
  "hello": "exprexo"
}

For having your exprexo served, run:

$ exprexo . --open

NOTE: The . tells exprexo to serve the same folder it is running on. The --open flag will open a browser at the given url.

Deeper routes

Let's create a deeper endpoint, run:

$ mkdir -p routes/cool/user
$ cd routes/cool/user

Create a file named get.json that may look as follows:

{
  "id": "537",
  "name": "Mr Coffee",
  "nickname": "exprexo"
}

Now run the following and browse http://localhost:9000/cool/users

$ exprexo

NOTE: Notice there is no . argument, exprexo will serve routes folder by default.

And now some javascript!

Create a file named get.js inside routes/cool/user/ that may look as follows:

module.exports = {
  id: Math.floor(Math.random() * 20),
  name: 'Mr Coffee',
  nickname: 'exprexo'
}

NOTE: exprexo will try to serve at first *.js files, then *.json.

Read query params

Modify get.js inside routes/cool/user/ so it may look as follows:

module.exports = function (req, res) {
  const user = {
    id: Math.floor(Math.random() * 20),
    name: req.query.name,
    nickname: 'exprexo'
  }
  res.send(user)
}

Now run the following and open http://localhost:9000/cool/users/?name=cool

$ exprexo

NOTE: exprexo uses the same API as any express middleware. Define req and res as your function arguments and it's done. If you prefer a classic return statement exprexo will send that for you.

What about POST, PUT, PATCH and DELETE?

exprexo got you covered! Noticed how we have been creating get.json or get.js files? exprexo will match any request method to a file with the same method name.

Want a new POST endpoint? Create a post.json or post.js, it's that easy.

You can create the following supported methods:

Method exprexo file name
GET get.json or get.js
POST post.json or post.js
PUT put.json or put.js
PATCH patch.json or patch.js
DELETE delete.json or delete.js

More examples

Visit the examples directory for some other demos like:

  • a simple counter
  • a function with no res.send
  • some html with template literals
  • some html with pug or jade

Thanks

indexzero for the great and inspirational http-server

Developing

Releases

This tool is automatically released with semantic-release ????.

Travis's stage release:deploy runs package.json script npm run semantic-release using the config file release.config.js.

Please see .travis.yml for more details.

Todos

  • [ ] add ssl/https

Contributors ✨

Thanks goes to these wonderful people (emoji key):

Alvaro Pinot @alvaropinot
Alvaro Pinot @alvaropinot

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Leire Polo
Leire Polo

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J.C. Martin
J.C. Martin

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This project follows the all-contributors specification. Contributions of any kind welcome!

License

MIT - @alvaropinot Alvaro Pinot

Logo - Based on Coffee By Gregor Črešnar from the Noun Project

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