service-registry

A simple registry to associated versioned service names with host/ip info

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service-registry

A simple registry to associated versioned service names with host/ip info

Installation

npm install service-registry

Example

See test/registry.spec.coffee for all usage examples

Registering a service

var Registry = require('service-registry');
var r = new Registry();

r.register('hello-service@1.0.2', '127.0.0.1', 80, { additionalExampleField: 'world'});

Getting a service

var info = r.get('hello-service@1.x');

info then contains:

{
  "name": "hello-service",
  "fullName": "hello-service@1.0.2",
  "version": "1.0.2",
  "host": "127.0.0.1",
  "port": 80,
  "meta": {
    "additionalExampleField": "world"
  }
}

Note: You must use the same Registry instance

Listing all services

var services = r.services();

services then contains an array of info instances as above

Unregistering a service

r.unregister('hello-service@1.0.2');

Tests

npm test

Development

When developing install all packages after cloning (npm i) and then run npm run-script dev.

The dev script runs nodemon test.js (if nodemon is not installed, just install it with npm i -g nodemon) and also connects to growl to notify the developer about any errors during development (this is done via cura-test-runner)

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