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    @rahul_tripathi/galaxy

    1.0.2-beta • Public • Published

    galaxy 💫

    Galaxy is a tiny routing framework for Nodejs and AWS Lambda λ;

    Installing Galaxy

     $ npm i @rahul_tripathi/galaxy
    

    Using Galaxy

    • Galaxy has three main route handlers (Galaxy , Stars , Moon) and Moon is the route handler which has the corresponding function
    • The resolve function takes the event object as the parameter and passes that event object to the corresponding handler function along with params if they are present
    • The params start with "$" and can be used any where

    - creating a route path in galaxy

        let  galaxy  =  require('@rahul_tripathi/galaxy')
        let  apiRouter  =  galaxy.Galaxy('api') //initalize with /api endpoint
        handler = (x)=>{return x}
        let  testRouter  =  galaxy.Star('test1') // create an intermediate router 
        testRouter.append(galaxy.Moon('hello', handler ,'GET'))
        apiRouter.append(testRouter) 
        console.log(apiRouter.resolve({httpMethod :'GET',path:'/api/test1/hello'}))

    - accepting params in galaxy

     let  galaxy  =  require('@rahul_tripathi/galaxy')
       let  apiRouter  =  galaxy.Galaxy('api') //initalize with /api endpoint
       handler = (x)=>{return x}
       apiRouter.append(galaxy.Moon('hello/$id/someother', handler,'GET')) //directly adding Moon to Galaxy is allowed 
       console.log(apiRouter.resolve({httpMethod  :  'GET',path  :'/api/hello/abc/mnop?abc=k'}))
       //This Outputs 
    {
     httpMethod: 'GET',
     path: '/api/hello/abc/someother?abc=k',
     params: { id: 'abc' }
    }

    Install

    npm i @rahul_tripathi/galaxy

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