These are some examples of configuration files and plugins. To use them, call RoboHydra like so:
$ robohydra -I examples/plugins examples/just-tests.conf
empty.conf is a configuration file that doesn't load any plugins whatsoever. Thus, the only available path is /robohydra-admin (you can create dynamic heads from that web UI)
empty-https.conf is like empty.conf, but listening for HTTPS connections. It uses an example, self-signed certificate. You can read about how to make your own self-signed certificates at http://nodejs.org/docs/latest/api/tls.html.
just-tests.conf loads a single plugin with only tests (no default heads). Go to /robohydra-admin to see the tests, start them, and see the list of available heads depending on the current running test
delayed-proxy.conf loads a plugin that proxies all requests to http://robohydra.org, but only after waiting one second (you can specify a different URL by calling RoboHydra like
robohydra -I examples/plugins examples/delayed-proxy.conf proxyto=http://example.com). This is useful to simulate networks with high latency or overloaded servers. You can go to the special URL
/configure-delay/<NUMBER-MILLISECONDS>to configure the number of milliseconds to wait before proxying.
simple-i18n.conf loads a plugin that serves static files taking into account the preferred language set in the request headers, eg. if a request comes for
es, it will try to serve
/foobar.es.htmlfirst; if it doesn't exist, it will serve
/foobar.html. It serves files from the
examples/simple-i18ndirectory by default, but you can set a different directory by calling it with
robohydra -I examples/plugins examples/simple-i18n.conf simplei18ndir=my/other/dir. It also loads the logger plugin so it's easy to see what's going on.
simple-streaming.conf loads a plugin that serves some simple content in chunks, to demonstrate RoboHydra's streaming capabilities. To see it in action, go to
/dataand watch how the data comes in slowly (you may need to use some command-line tool like
wgetto see the effect clearly).
simple-filtering.conf loads a plugin that will proxy requests to Dev Opera, but before returning content to the client, it will replace all the occurrences of "developers" by "DEVELOPERS, DEVELOPERS, DEVELOPERS, DEVELOPERS".
simple-summmoner.conf loads a plugin with a summoner configuration. All URLs will return 404 because there's no content, but you can see in /robohydra-admin that if you pass a GET parameter
user, you'll change the hydra processing the request.
custom-types.conf loads a plugin that demonstrates how to write a custom head class. See the code in