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Hello Service

Build Status Carbon Version

This example illustrates the use of Carbon.io to implement the simplest possible RESTful web service.

The code defining the service is located in lib/HelloService.js and uses a simple Endpoint object to implement an HTTP GET at the path /hello:

__(function() {
  module.exports = o({
    _type: carbon.carbond.Service,
    port: 8888,
    endpoints : {
      hello: o({
        _type: carbon.carbond.Endpoint,
        get: function(req, res) {
          return { msg: "Hello world!" }
        }
      })
    }
  })
})

Installing the service

We encourage you to clone the git repository so you can play around with the code.

$ git clone -b carbon-0.7 git@github.com:carbon-io-examples/example__hello-world-service.git
$ cd example__hello-world-service
$ npm install

Running the service

To run the service:

$ node lib/HelloService

For cmdline help:

$ node lib/HelloService -h

To access the /hello endpoint:

$ curl localhost:8888/hello
{ msg: "Hello world!" }

Running the unit tests

This example comes with a simple unit test written in Carbon.io's test framework called TestTube. It is located in the test directory.

$ node test/HelloServiceTest

or

$ npm test

Generating API documentation (aglio flavor)

To generate documentation using aglio, install it as a devDependency:

$ npm install -D --no-optional aglio

Using --no-optional speeds up aglio's install time significantly. Then generate the docs using this command:

$ node lib/HelloService gen-static-docs --flavor aglio --out docs/index.html

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