Emulation engine for Azure Services
Clocal-azure provides an easy-to-use test/mocking framework for developing Cloud applications.
Currently features are under development.
- NodeJS (^8.9.4)
- yarn (^1.6.0)
$ git clone https://github.com/cloudlibz/clocal-azure.git $ cd clocal-azure $ yarn $ yarn start <command> or $ clocal <command>
Clocal-azure spins up the following core Cloud APIs on your local machine:
📟 Services & Ports
- Azure Functions at http://localhost:9574
- Azure Storage at http://localhost:9569 (Blobs), http://localhost:9570 (Queues), http://localhost:9571 (Tables)
- Azure CosmosDB (Only windows supported) port will be given by the emulator with the IP address
- Azure API App Service at http://localhost:9567
All Services at once
Step 1: Go to
compose.env file and specify the path to create the images for azure functions and azure api app service and azure cosmosdb.
Step 2: Run the shell script below.
$ sh compose.sh
$ yarn service
- Init Functions
$ clocal function-init <folder>
Azure functions working directory is located in example/azure-functions.
You can create a folder inside the location and give the folder location.
Then attach the init file where the service starting file.
clocal function-init function-sample
- Start Functions
$ clocal function-start
- Stop Functions
$ clocal function-stop
Azure storage comprises of azure blobs, queues and tables. See the example/azure-storage for sample project.
- Start Storage
$ clocal storage-start
- Stop Storage
$ clocal storage-stop
- Clear all files created
$ clocal storage-clear
- List files To list all files
$ clocal storage-query
To list specific folder files
$ clocal storage-query folder_name
Azure CosmosDB (Only Windows Supported)
- Init CosmosDB
$ clocal cosmosdb-init
This will create the in-built image of the Cosmos DB emulator and will be on ready state to start the container.
- Start CosmosDB
$ clocal cosmosdb-start
- Stop CosmosDB
$ clocal cosmosdb-stop
Azure API App Service
Azure API working directory is located in example/azure-api-service. You can create a folder inside the location and give the folder location. Then attach the init file where the service starting file.
clocal api-start ./ api.json
$ clocal api-start <folder> <init-file>
📝 Example Documents
📺 Demo Video Series
$ yarn test
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.
This project is licensed under the Apache License 2.0 - see the LICENSE.md file for details