fastify-edge

An experimental lightweight worker version of Fastify.

Currently Cloudflare Workers are supported.

Deno Deploy support is planned next.

Install

npm i fastify-edge --save

Usage

import FastifyEdge from 'fastify-edge'

const app = FastifyEdge()

app.addHook('onSend', (req, reply, payload) => {
  if (req.url === '/') {
    return `${payload} World!`
  }
})

app.get('/', (_, reply) => {
  reply.send('Hello')
})

app.get('/redirect', (_, reply) => {
  reply.redirect('/')
})

app.get('/route-hook', {
  onRequest (_, reply) {
    reply.send('<b>Content from onRequest hook</b>')
  },
  handler (_, reply) {
    reply.type('text/html')
  }
})

See example/ with miniflare.

Supported APIs

Server

  • app.addHook(hook, function)
  • app.route(settings)
  • app.get(path, handlerOrSettings)
  • app.post(path, handlerOrSettings)
  • app.put(path, handlerOrSettings)
  • app.delete(path, handlerOrSettings)
  • app.options(path, handlerOrSettings)

Request

req.url

Returns the request URL path (URL.pathname + URL.search).

req.origin

Returns the request URL origin (e.g., http://localhost:3000).

req.hostname

Returns the request URL hostname (e.g., localhost).

req.protocol

Returns the request URL protocol (e.g., http or https).

req.query

Maps to the fetch request URL’s searchParams object through a Proxy.

req.body

The consumed body following the parsing pattern from this example.

req.params

The parsed route params from the internal Radix-tree router, radix3.

req.headers

Maps to the fetch request headers object through a Proxy.

req.raw

The raw fetch request object.

Reply

reply.code(code)

Sets the fetch response status property.

reply.header(key, value)

Adds an individual header to the fetch response headers object.

reply.headers(object)

Adds multiple headers to the fetch response headers object.

reply.getHeader(key)

Retrieves an individual header from fetch response headers object.

reply.getHeaders()

Retrieves all headers from fetch response headers object.

reply.removeHeader(key)

Remove an individual header from fetch response headers object.

reply.hasHeader(header)

Asserts presence of an individual header in the fetch response headers object.

reply.redirect(code, dest) reply.redirect(dest)

Sets the status and redirect location for the fetch response object. Defaults to the HTTP 302 Found response code.

reply.type(contentType)

Sets the content-type header for the fetch response object.

reply.send(data)

Sets the body for the fetch response object.

Can be a string, an object, a buffer or a stream.

Objects are automatically serialized as JSON.

Supported hooks

The original Fastify onRequest, onSend and onResponse are supported.

Diverging from Fastify, they’re all treated as async functions.

They can be set at the global and route levels.

Limitations

  • No support for preHandler, preParsing and preValdation hooks.
  • No support for Fastify’s plugin system (yet).
  • No support for Fastify’s logging and validation facilities.
  • Still heavily experimental, more equivalent APIs coming soon.

GitHub

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