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argos

Argos makes it easy to create a stand-alone web application backend server

1 unstable release

0.1.0 Sep 13, 2023

#12 in #backend-server

MIT license

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Argos

Argos makes it easy to create a stand-alone web application backend server.

Usage

Simple Example

Step 1: Define your API function

You can define your api function with a macro-attribute:

#[route(GET, path = "/api/hello", formatter = "text")]
pub fn hello(req: HttpRequest) -> Result<String, ReturnError<String>> {
    let url_params = req.url_params();
    let name = url_params.get("name");
    match name {
        Some(name) => Ok(format!("hello {}!", name)),
        None => Err(
            ReturnError::new(
                400,
                "name is required".to_string(),
            )
        ),
    }
}

this function define a http interface with GET method, and url path is /api/hello.

Step 2: Start a server

You can start your server like this:

#[tokio::main]
async fn main() {
    let server = Server::builder(([127, 0, 0, 1], 3000).into())
        .build()
        .await
        .unwrap();
    server.start().await.unwrap();
}

Your server will bind in 127.0.0.1:3000, so you can send a http request to call this API:

curl http://127.0.0.1:3000/api/hello?name=liudao

Filter

You can define a filter to filt the request:

#[filter(path_pattern="/api/hello.*", order=1)]
pub fn path_filter(mut req: HttpRequest) -> Chain {
    let attr = req.attributes_mut();
    attr.insert("kk".to_string(), "value".to_string());
    // let _method = req.method_mut();
    if req.headers().contains_key("token") {
        Chain::Continune(req)
    } else {
        let mut return_err = ReturnError::new(
            401, 
            "not authorized".to_string(),
        );
        return_err.headers.append("filter", HeaderValue::from_str("rejected").unwrap());
        Chain::Reject(return_err)
    }
    
}

Filter now only support path_pattern, using regexp. The attribute order represents the priority of the filter, the smaller the number, the higher the priority.

See more examples in core/examples.

License

Argos is provided under the MIT license. See LICENSE.

Dependencies

~45MB
~1M SLoC