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README.md

talk-to-seneca (tts)

A simple tool for developers to test Seneca based applications by sending messages to them interactively.

Installation

npm install -g talk-to-seneca

Usage

Run tts:

tts
TTS [disconnected] >

Get command help:

TTS [disconnected] > help

  Commands:

    help [command...]        Provides help for a given command.
...

Configure a client:

TTS [disconnected] > client tcp -p 3003
Client id 0 configured.
TTS [1 client] > show client 0
Client id 0:  { type: 'tcp', host: 'localhost', port: 3003, pin: undefined }
TTS [1 client] >

Configure an AMQP client:

TTS [disconnected] > client amqp --pin role:*
Client id 0 configured.
TTS [1 client] > show client 0
Client id 0:  { type: 'amqp',
  host: 'localhost',
  port: 5672,
  pin: 'role:*',
  socketOptions: { noDelay: true } }
TTS [1 client] > 

Send a message (act):

TTS [1 client] > act role:validation, domain: entity, cmd: validateOne, instance: { int1: 42, int2: 100, string: something , date1: '2017-09-12T12:57:47.825Z', date2: '2017-09-12T12:57:47.825Z' }
Result:  {
  "valid": true
}
TTS [1 client] > 

The string following the act command is passed to Seneca's act function, which interprets it using jsonic.

Error and result information that are received as a response to the message are output directly (Result in the sample).

Status

The tool has just been created. There are some outstanding issues and lots of ideas for improvement. Please feel free to suggest anything or submit pull requests.

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