Cloud Servers is a package for testing CDN-like behavior locally, running separate instances.
npm install cloud-servers
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|Version||0.0.2 last updated a year ago|
|Keywords||SocketStream, CDN, Development, Testing, Cloud|
|Dependencies||express, jade, colors, bytes|
A package for simulating cloud-like URLs.
Directories are relative to the
cloud-servers workspace directory (
process.cwd()), so you can reference other directories on your local machine.
To run a local instance, copy the
conf-sample.js file into your project directory, rename it to
conf.js, and add as many instances of servers as needed.
All directories (the
dir variable in
conf.js) are relative to the project directory, so to access anything below the project root, use '../' (Mac/Linux) or '..\' (Windows).
Alternately, just dump your cloud files into the CDN folder, and start it up. No configuration necessary. (All contents in the CDN folder are ignored.)