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Multi-process Node.js application example

The application consists of 3 processes:

Processes

Use the PROCESS_TYPE environment variable to select the process to be run.

$ PROCESS_TYPE=web NODE_ENV=production npm start

Twitter stream worker

The process is listening on twitter for keywords and sends the tweets to a RabbitMQ queue.

Environment variables

  • NODE_ENV ('development' | 'production'): when development, it uses dotenv, to read the local .env file, that's the only difference
  • LOGGER_LEVEL ('error' | 'warn' | 'info' | 'verbose' | 'debug' | 'silly'), default: info
  • LOGGER_ENABLED ('true' | 'false'), default: true
  • TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY
  • TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET
  • TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_KEY
  • TWITTER_ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET
  • TWITTER_TRACK: comma separated keywords to track, eg. nodejs,node.js,risingstack,microservice,micro-service
  • RABBITMQ_URI

Social preprocessor worker

The process is listening on the RabbitMQ queue and saves the tweets to Redis and removes old ones.

Environment variables

  • NODE_ENV ('development' | 'production'): when development, it uses dotenv, to read the local .env file, that's the only difference
  • LOGGER_LEVEL ('error' | 'warn' | 'info' | 'verbose' | 'debug' | 'silly'), default: info
  • LOGGER_ENABLED ('true' | 'false'), default: true
  • RABBITMQ_URI
  • REDIS_URI
  • REDIS_DATA_RETENTION_IN_MS, default: 86400000 (1 day)

Web

The process is serving an HTTP API to return the tweets.

  • GET /api/v1/tweets?limit&offset

Environment variables

  • NODE_ENV ('development' | 'production'): when development, it uses dotenv, to read the local .env file, that's the only difference
  • LOGGER_LEVEL ('error' | 'warn' | 'info' | 'verbose' | 'debug' | 'silly'), default: info
  • LOGGER_ENABLED ('true' | 'false'), default: true
  • REDIS_URI
  • PORT