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StdLib Node.js Bindings

StdLib Setup | Node | Python | Ruby | Web

Basic Node bindings for StdLib service accession (Node 4+).

Used to interface with services built using StdLib and the StdLib Command Line Tools.

NEW: Promise support (for future async / await) added in 2.2.0.

The lib package is available on npm: lib and operates as zero-dependency interface to run StdLib functions. This means that you can utilize any service on StdLib without installing any additional dependencies, and when you've deployed services to StdLib, you have a pre-built Node.js SDK --- for example;

Callback Style

const lib = require('lib');
lib.yourUsername.hostStatus({name: 'Dolores Abernathy'}, (err, result) => {

  // handle result

});

Promise Style

const lib = require('lib');
lib.yourUsername.hostStatus({name: 'Dolores Abernathy'})
  .then(result => /* handle result */)
  .catch(err => /* handle error */);

To discover StdLib services, visit https://stdlib.com/search. To build a service, get started with the StdLib CLI tools.

Installation

To install locally in a project (StdLib service or otherwise), use;

$ npm install lib --save

Usage

const lib = require('lib');

// [1]: Call "stdlib.reflect" function, the latest version, from StdLib
lib.stdlib.reflect(0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});

// [2]: Call "stdlib.reflect" function from StdLib, with "dev" environment
lib.stdlib.reflect['@dev'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});

// [3]: Call "stdlib.reflect" function from StdLib, with "release" environment
//      This is equivalent to (1)
lib.stdlib.reflect['@release'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});

// [4]: Call "stdlib.reflect" function from StdLib, with specific version
//      This is equivalent to (1)
lib.stdlib.reflect['@0.0.1'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});

// [5]: Call functions within the service (not just the defaultFunction)
//      This is equivalent to (1) when "main" is the default function
lib.stdlib.reflect.main(0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});

// Valid string composition from first object property only:
lib['stdlib.reflect'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect[@dev]'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect[@release]'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect[@0.0.1]'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect.main'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect[@dev].main'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect[@release].main'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});
lib['stdlib.reflect[@0.0.1].main'](0, 1, {kwarg: 'value'}, (err, result) => {});

Additional Information

To learn more about StdLib, visit stdlib.com or read the StdLib CLI documentation on GitHub.

You can follow the development team on Twitter, @StdLibHQ

StdLib is © 2016 - 2017 Polybit Inc.

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