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use hyper::rt::{self, Future};
use hyper::service::service_fn_ok;
use hyper::{Body, Request, Response, Server, StatusCode};
use usher::capture::find_capture;
use usher::http::HttpRouter;
use usher::prelude::*;
/// Represents a boxed function which receives a request/params and returns a response.
type Callee = Box<Fn(Request<Body>, Vec<(&str, (usize, usize))>) -> Response<Body> + Send + Sync>;
fn main() {
// Create our address to bind to, localhost:3000
let addr = ([127, 0, 0, 1], 3000).into();
// Construct our Hyper server.
let server = Server::bind(&addr)
.serve(|| {
// Just like in a normal Router, we provide our parsers at startup.
let mut router: HttpRouter<Callee> =
HttpRouter::new(vec![Box::new(DynamicParser), Box::new(StaticParser)]);
// This will echo the provided name back to the caller.
Box::new(|req, params| {
let path = req.uri().path();
let name = find_capture(&path, &params, "name").unwrap();
Response::new(format!("Hello, {}!\n", name).into())
// Construct a Hyper service from a function which turns a request
// into an asynchronous response (which comes from echo()).
service_fn_ok(move |req: Request<Body>| {
// First we need to extract the method and path to use for the
// actual handler lookup as it uses a combination of both values.
let method = req.method();
let path = req.uri().path();
// Then we delegate to a hander when possible.
match router.handler(method, path) {
// In this case, invoke the handler and pass through the
// request instance and the captures associated with it.
// In this case we pass through the captures as they're
// generated by default, but this might be where you wish
// to turn them into something like a `HashMap` for access.
Some((handler, captures)) => handler(req, captures),
// If no handler matches, we generate a 404 response to
// state so back to the caller. This happens when either
// the HTTP method or the path is wrong during matching.
None => {
let mut response = Response::new(Body::empty());
*response.status_mut() = StatusCode::NOT_FOUND;
.map_err(|e| eprintln!("server error: {}", e));
// Log the port we're listening on so we don't forget!
println!("Listening on http://{}", addr);
// Initialze the actual service.
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