Permalink
Branch: master
Find file Copy path
486 lines (365 sloc) 16.3 KB

"angular-in-memory-web-api" versions

This in-memory-web-api exists primarily to support the Angular documentation. It is not supposed to emulate every possible real world web API and is not intended for production use.

Most importantly, it is always experimental.

We will make breaking changes and we won't feel bad about it because this is a development tool, not a production product. We do try to tell you about such changes in this CHANGELOG.md and we fix bugs as fast as we can.

0.8.0 (2018-12-06)

  • remove @angular/http support
  • no functional changes

BREAKING CHANGE This version no longer supports any functionality for @angular/http. Please use @angular/common/http instead.

0.7.0 (2018-10-31)

  • update to support Angular v7.
  • no functional changes

0.6.1 (2018-05-04)

  • update to Angular and RxJS v6 releases

0.6.0 (2018-03-22)

Migrate to Angular v6 and RxJS v6 (rc and beta)

Note that this release is pinned to Angular "^6.0.0-rc.0" and RxJS "^6.0.0-beta.1". Will likely update again when they are official.

BREAKING CHANGE This version depends on RxJS v6 and is not backward compatible with earlier RxJS versions.

0.5.4 (2018-03-09)

Simulated HTTP error responses were not delaying the prescribed time when using RxJS delay() because it was short-circuited by the ErrorResponse. New delayResponse function does it right. Should not break you unless you incorrectly expected no delay for errors.

Also, this library no longer calls RxJS delay() which may make testing with it easier (Angular TestBed does not handle RxJS delay() well because that operator uses interval()).

Also fixes type error (issue #180).

0.5.3 (2018-01-06)

Can make use of HttpParams which yields a request.urlWithParams. Added supporting HeroService.searchHeroes(term: string) and test.

0.5.2 (2017-12-10)

No longer modify the request data coming from client. Fixes #164

0.5.1 (2017-10-21)

Support Angular v5.

0.5.0 (2017-10-05)

BREAKING CHANGE: HTTP response data no longer wrapped in object w/ data property by default.

In this release, the dataEncapsulation configuration default changed from false to true. The HTTP response body holds the data values directly rather than an object that encapsulates those values, {data: ...}. This is a breaking change that affects almost all existing apps!

Changing the default to false is a breaking change. Pre-existing apps that did not set this property explicitly will be broken because they expect encapsulation and are probably mapping the HTTP response results from the data property like this:

  .map(data => data.data as Hero[])

To migrate, simply remove that line everywhere.

If you would rather keep the web api's encapsulation, {data: ...}, set dataEncapsulation to true during configuration as in the following example:

HttpClientInMemoryWebApiModule.forRoot(HeroInMemDataService, { dataEncapsulation: true })

We made this change because

  1. Almost everyone seems to hate the encapsulation

  2. Encapsulation requires mapping to get the desired data out. With old Http that isn't too bad because you needed to map to get data anyway (res => res.json()). But it is really ugly for HttpClient because you can't use the type HTTP method type parameter (e.g., get<entity-type>) and you have to map out of the data property (.map(data => data.data as Hero[]). That extra step requires explanations that distract from learning HttpClient itself. Now you just write http.get<Hero[]>() and you’ve got data (please add error handling).

  3. While you could have turned off encapsulation with configuration as of v.0.4, to do so took yet another step that you’d have to discover and explain. A big reason for the in-mem web api is to make it easy to introduce and demonstrate HTTP operations in Angular. The out-of-box experience is more important than avoiding a breaking change.

  4. The security flaw that prompted encapsulation seems to have been mitigated by all (almost all?) the browsers that can run an Angular (v2+) app. We don’t think it’s needed anymore.

  5. A most real world APIs today will not encapsulate; they’ll return the data in the body without extra ceremony.

0.4.6 (2017-09-13)

  • improves README
  • updates v0.4.0 entry in the CHANGELOG to describe essential additions to SystemJS configuration.
  • no important functional changes.

0.4.5 (2017-09-11)

Feature - offer separate HttpClientInMemoryWebApiModule and HttpInMemoryWebApiModule.

closes #140

0.4.4 (2017-09-11)

closes #136

A breaking change if you expected genId to generate ids for a collection with non-numeric item.id.

0.4.3 (2017-09-11)

Refactoring for clarity and to correctly reflect intent. A breaking change only if your customizations depend directly and explicitly on RequestInfo or the get, delete, post, or put methods.

  • replace all switchMap with concatMap because, in all previous uses of switchMap, I really meant to wait for the source observable to complete before beginning the inner observable whereas switchMap starts the inner observable right away.

  • restored collection to the RequestInfo interface and set it in handleRequest_

  • get, delete, post, and put methods get the collection from requestInfo; simplifies their signatures to one parameter.

0.4.2 (2017-09-08)

  • Postpones the in-memory database initialization (via resetDb) until the first HTTP request.

  • Your createDb method can be asynchronous. You may return the database object (synchronous), an observable of it, or a promise of it. Issue #113.

  • fixed some rare race conditions.

0.4.1 (2017-09-08)

Support PassThru.

The passthru feature was broken by 0.4.0

  • add passthru to both Http and HttpClient
  • test passThru feature with jasmine-ajax mock-ajax plugin to intercept Angular's attempt to call browser's XHR
  • update devDependency packages
  • update karma.conf with jasmine-ajax plugin

0.4.0 (2017-09-07)

Theme: Support HttpClient and add tests. See PR #130.

The 0.4.0 release was a major overhaul of this library.

You don't have to change your existing application code if your app uses this library without customizations.

But this release's breaking changes affect developers who used the customization features or loaded application files with SystemJS.

BREAKING CHANGES: Massive refactoring. Many low-level and customization options have changed. Apps that stuck with defaults should be (mostly) OK.

If you're loading application files with SystemJS (as you would in a plunker), see the instructions below.

  • added support for HttpClient -> renaming of backend service classes
  • added tests
  • refactor existing code to support tests
  • correct bugs and clarify choices as result of test
  • add some configuration options
    • dataEncapsulation (issue #112, pr#123)
    • post409
    • put404b
  • POST commands/resetDb passes the request to your resetDb method so you can optionally reset the database dynamically to arbitrary initial states (issue #128)
  • when HTTP method interceptor returns null/undefined, continue with service's default processing (pr #120)
  • can substitute your own id generator, geniD
  • parseUrl -> parseRequestUrl
  • utility methods exposed in RequestInfo.utils
  • reorganize files into src/app and src/in-mem
  • adjust gulp tasks accordingly

Plunkers and SystemJS

If you’re loading application files with SystemJS (as you would in a plunker), you’ll have to configure it to load Angular’s umd.js for HttpModule and the tslib package.

To see how, look in the map section of the src/systemjs.config.js for this project for the following two additional lines :

'@angular/common/http': 'npm:@angular/common/bundles/common-http.umd.js',
...
'tslib': 'npm:tslib/tslib.js',

You've already made these changes if you are using HttpClient today.

If you’re sticking with the original Angular Http module, you must make this change anyway! Your app will break as soon as you run npm install and it installs >=v0.4.0.

If you're using webpack (as CLI devs do), you don't have to worry about this stuff because webpack bundles the dependencies for you.


0.3.2 (2017-05-02)

  • Bug fixes PRs #91, 95, 106

0.3.1 (2017-03-08)

  • Now runs in node so can use in "universal" demos. See PR #102.

0.3.0 (2017-02-27)

  • Support Angular version 4

0.2.4 (2017-01-02)

  • Remove reflect-matadata and zone.js as peerDependencies

0.2.3 (2016-12-28)

  • Unpin RxJs

0.2.2 (2016-12-20)

  • Update to Angular 2.4.0

0.2.1 (2016-12-14)

  • Fixed regression in handling commands, introduced in 0.2.0
  • Improved README

0.2.0 (2016-12-11)

  • BREAKING CHANGE: The observables returned by the handleCollections methods that process requests against the supplied in-mem-db collections are now "cold". That means that requests aren't processed until something subscribes to the observable ... just like real-world Http calls.

    Previously, these request were "hot" meaning that the operation was performed immediately (e.g., an in-memory collection was updated) and then we returned an Observable<Response>. That was a mistake! Fixing that mistake might break your app which is why bumped the minor version number from 1 to 2.

    We hope very few apps are broken by this change. Most will have subscribed anyway. But any app that called an http method with fire-and-forget ... and didn't subscribe ... expecting the database to be updated (for example) will discover that the operation did not happen.

  • BREAKING CHANGE: createErrorResponse now requires the Request object as its first parameter so it can prepare a proper error message. For example, a 404 errorResponse.toString() now shows the request URL.

  • Commands remain "hot" — processed immediately — as they should be.

  • The HTTP GET interceptor in example hero-data.service shows how to create your own "cold" observable.

  • While you can still specify the inMemDbService['responseInterceptor'] to morph the response options, the previously exported responseInterceptor function no longer exists as it served no useful purpose. Added the ResponseInterceptor type to remind you of the signature to implement.

  • Allows objects with id===0 (issue #56)

  • The default parseUrl method is more flexible, thanks in part to the new config.apiBase property. See the ReadMe to learn more.

  • Added config.post204 and config.put204 to control whether PUT and POST return the saved entity. It is true by default which means they do not return the entity (status=204) — the same behavior as before. (issue #74)

  • response.url is set to request.url when this service itself creates the response.

  • A few new methods (e.g., emitResponse) to assist in HTTP method interceptors.


0.1.17 (2016-12-07)

  • Update to Angular 2.2.0.

0.1.16 (2016-11-20)

  • Swap "lib": [ "es2015", "dom" ] in tsconfig.json for @types/core-jsinpackage.json` issue #288

0.1.15 (2016-11-14)

  • Update to Angular 2.2.0.

0.1.14 (2016-10-29)

0.1.13 (2016-10-20)

  • Update README for 0.1.11 breaking change: npm publish as esm and a umd bundle

    Going to umd changes your systemjs.config and the way you import the library.

    In systemjs.config.js you should change the mapping to:

    'angular-in-memory-web-api': 'npm:angular-in-memory-web-api/bundles/in-memory-web-api.umd.js'
    

    then delete from packages:

    'angular-in-memory-web-api': {		
      main: './index.js',		
      defaultExtension: 'js'		
    }
    

    You must ES import the in-mem module (typically in AppModule) like this:

    import { InMemoryWebApiModule } from 'angular-in-memory-web-api';
    

0.1.12 (2016-10-19)

  • exclude travis.yml and rollup.config.js from npm package

0.1.11 (2016-10-19)

  • BREAKING CHANGE: npm publish as esm and a umd bundle. Does not change the API but does change the way you register and import the in-mem module. Documented in later release, v.0.1.13

0.1.10 (2016-10-19)

  • Catch a handleRequest error and return as a failed server response.

0.1.9 (2016-10-18)

  • Restore delay option, issue #53.

0.1.7 (2016-10-12)

  • Angular 2.1.x support.

0.1.6 (2016-10-09)

  • Do not add delay to observable if delay value === 0 (issue #47)
  • Can override parseUrl method in your db service class (issue #46, #35)
  • README.md explains parseUrl override.
  • Exports functions helpful for custom HTTP Method Interceptors
    • createErrorResponse
    • createObservableResponse
    • setStatusText
  • Added examples/hero-data.service.ts to show overrides (issue #44)

0.1.5 (2016-10-03)

  • project.json license changed again to match angular.io package.json

0.1.4 (2016-10-03)

  • project.json license is "MIT"

0.1.3 (2016-09-29)

  • Fix typos

0.1.2 (2016-09-29)

  • AoT support from Tor PR #36
  • Update npm packages
  • parseId fix from PR #33

0.1.1 (2016-09-26)

  • Exclude src folder and its TS files from npm package

0.1.0 (2016-09-25)

  • Renamed package to "angular-in-memory-web-api"
  • Added "passThruUnknownUrl" options
  • Simplified forRoot and made it acceptable to AoT
  • Support case sensitive search (PR #16)

"angular2-in-memory-web-api" versions

The last npm package named "angular2-in-memory-web-api" was v.0.0.21

0.0.21 (2016-09-25)

  • Add source maps (PR #14)

0.0.20 (2016-09-15)

  • Angular 2.0.0
  • Typescript 2.0.2

0.0.19 (2016-09-13)

  • RC7

0.0.18 (2016-08-31)

  • RC6 (doesn't work with older versions)

0.0.17 (2016-08-19)

  • fix forRoot type constraint
  • clarify forRoot param

0.0.16 (2016-08-19)

  • No longer exports HttpModule
  • Can specify configuration options in 2nd param of forRoot
  • jsDocs for forRoot

0.0.15 (2016-08-09)

  • RC5
  • Support for NgModules

0.0.14 (2016-06-30)

  • RC4

0.0.13 (2016-06-21)

  • RC3

0.0.12 (2016-06-15)

  • RC2

0.0.11 (2016-05-27)

  • add RegExp query support
  • find-by-id is sensitive to string ids that look like numbers

0.0.10 (2016-05-21)

  • added "main:index.js" to package.json
  • updated to typings v.1.0.4 (a breaking release)
  • dependencies -> peerDependencies|devDependencies
  • no es6-shim dependency.
  • use core-js as devDependency.

0.0.9 (2016-05-19)

  • renamed the barrel core.js -> index.js

0.0.8 (2016-05-19)

  • systemjs -> commonjs
  • replace es6-shim typings w/ core-js typings

0.0.7 (2016-05-03)

  • RC1
  • update to 2.0.0-rc.1

0.0.6 (2016-05-03)

  • RC0
  • update to 2.0.0-rc.0

0.0.5 (2016-05-01)

  • PROVISIONAL - refers to @angular packages
  • update to 0.0.0-5

0.0.4 (2016-04-30)

  • PROVISIONAL - refers to @angular packages
  • update to 0.0.0-3
  • rxjs: "5.0.0-beta.6"

0.0.3 (2016-04-29)

  • PROVISIONAL - refers to @angular packages
  • update to 0.0.0-2

0.0.2 (2016-04-27)

  • PROVISIONAL - refers to @angular packages

0.0.1 (2016-04-27)

  • DO NOT USE. Not adapted to new package system.
  • Initial cut for Angular 2 repackaged
    • target forthcoming Angular 2 RC