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airport

Role-based connections and listeners for upnode using seaport.

example

beep.js

var seaport = require('seaport');
var airport = require('airport');

var ports = seaport('testing').connect('localhost', 9090);
var air = airport(ports);

air(function (remote, conn) {
    this.fives = function (n, cb) { cb(n * 5) }
}).listen('beep');

connect.js

var seaport = require('seaport');
var airport = require('airport');

var ports = seaport('testing').connect('localhost', 9090);
var air = airport(ports);

var up = air.connect('beep');
up(function (remote) {
    remote.fives(11, function (n) {
        console.log('fives(11) : ' + n);
    });
});

output

$ seaport 9090 &
[1] 11035
seaport listening on :9090
$ node connect.js &
[2] 7143
$ node beep.js &
[3] 9040
fives(11) : 55
$ 

methods

var airport = require('airport');
var seaport = require('seaport');
var ports = seaport('staging').connect(...);

var air = airport(ports)

Return a new airport object air from a seaport port allocation object ports.

var up = air(fn).connect(role)

Return a new upnode connection to a service that fulfills role with the optional upnode function fn.

If no services for role are availble right away the request will be queued until a service for role comes online.

air.connect() works as a shortcut for air().connect() just like in upnode.

air(fn).listen(role)

Create a new dnode service given the dnode constructor function or object fn for the given role.

install

With npm do:

npm install airport

license

MIT/X11

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