Full demo

Try out SugoiJS with this demo application

Getting started

  1. git clone https://github.com/sugoiJS/demo.git

  2. cd demo/server

  3. npm install

  4. npm run build OR npm run dev (live recompile)

  5. node dist/server.js

  6. Go to http://localhost:3000 in your browser.

What we got inside?

  1. 3 modules -

    CoreModule - This module use for setting core logic of our server

    IndexModule - This module demonstrate usage of socket with SocketHandlerService and handling Mongo resource named DummyDataModel using MongoModel.

    PostsModule - This module demonstrate handling Microservice resource named posts using ModelAbstract (PostModel).

  2. 2 controllers

    • /index - 2 paths guarded by policy and 1 unguarded:

      • GET /api/index/data/:id - get DummyData record

        schema - {id:string//with regex "([a-z])+"}

      • POST /api/index/data - create new DummyData record

        schema - {amount:number//>=2}

      • PUT /api/index/data/:id - update existing DummyData record

        schema - {amount:number//>=2}

      • DELETE /api/index/data/:id - remove existing DummyData record

  • GET /api/index/changeColor - update background color for all connected clients (using sockets)

    authorized access required - use header x-sug-demo with value set to "Wyn1RRR9PQJPaqYM"

    • /post - 4 unguarded paths:

  • GET /api/post/:id? - get all of the posts or by id (id is optional param)

  • POST /api/post - create new post.

  • PUT /api/post/:id - update existing post.

  • DELETE /api/post/:id - remove existing post.

  1. 1 Service:

    • SocketHandlerService which handle the socket events and trigger background color change

  2. 1 Authorization class:

    • Authorization - extends AuthProvider and apply the checks of @Authorized decorator

File structure

  • client - directory for our client project

  • assets - client project compiled & minified code

  • common - generic files which used for both client & server

  • server - directory for our server

  • config - webpack configs

  • dist - compiled code

  • src - application directory

    • config - Application bootstrap, services, paths and generic config

    • core - Application generic classes, interface, utils etc.

    • modules - All of our application modules, each module should be handle as separate unit for code sharing or export to micro-service.