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browser-sync-middleware-proxy-routes

0.1.0 • Public • Published

browser-sync-middleware-proxy-routes

A Browsersync middleware that provides route support when running Browsersync as a proxy server.

It immitates the routes option available to Browswersync's built in static server.

Installation

npm install --save-dev browser-sync-middleware-proxy-routes

Usage Example

const browserSync = require('browser-sync');
const bmProxyRoutes = require('browser-sync-middleware-proxy-routes');
const bs = browserSync.create('devProxy');
 
/**
 * Proxy another HTTP server that may be using `app/www` as the document root
 * directory.
 */
var bsConfig = {
  notify: false,
  port: 9000,
  reloadOnRestart: true,
  proxy: {
    /**
     * URL to proxy
     */
    target:'http://localhost/'
  },
 
  /**
   * An alternate location for static assets if the proxy server returns 404.
   * Your compiled Sass styles or Babel scripts and their source map files may 
   * be here.
   */
  serveStatic: ['.tmp/www'],
  middleware: bmProxyRoutes({
    /**
     * Route for source maps sources that are not embedded in the `.map` file.
     * This is assuming you've configured your source maps's `sourceRoot` 
     * property to be "/_source/".
     */
    '/_source': 'app/src'
 
    /**
     * Route for Bower Components sources in your source maps.
     *
     * Bower components may have source map routes that look like:
     * "../../../.tmp/bower_components/". This is the path to a bower component
     * relative to your code in "app/src/styles/main.scss" or 
     * "app/src/scripts/main.es6". Since it is above the document root, the 
     * browser may look for these files at: "/.tmp/bower_components/"
     */
    '/.tmp/bower_components': '.tmp/bower_components'
  })
};
bs.init(bsConfig);

API

browsersyncMiddlewareProxyRoutes(routes[, existingMiddleware])

Returns an array of middleware for serving routes. Each route gets its own middleware. This array will make up or contribute to the middleware option in your Browsersync configuration.

routes

Type: Object

// Since version 1.2.1
// The key is the url to match
// The value is which folder to serve (relative to your current working directory)

Reference: Browsersync options: server.

existingMiddleware

Type: Array

Default: []

If an array of existing middleware is provided, then the new middleware will be appended to it and the return value will be the updated middleware array.

Reference: Browsersync options: middleware.

* Experimental. The only purpose of this argument is to maintain consistency with the code upon which it was based. It may be removed or stablized in the future.

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Install

npm i browser-sync-middleware-proxy-routes

DownloadsWeekly Downloads

3

Version

0.1.0

License

BSD-3-Clause

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