1.1.3 • Published 1 month ago

@luomus/laji-form-builder v1.1.3

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github
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laji-form-builder

This repo is responsible for two things:

Server API

  • /?{lang:fi | en | sv = fi} UI for selecting/deleting a form
  • /:id?{lang:fi | en | sv = fi} UI for editing a form

REST JSON API /api:

  • /api?{lang?: fi | en | sv} list forms as JSON
  • /api/:id?{lang?: fi | en | sv, format: json | schema | schema-with-enums = json, expand: true | false = true} list forms as JSON
  • /api (POST) Create new form entry
  • /api/:id (PUT) Update form entry
  • /api/:id (DELETE) Delete form entry
  • /api/transform?{lang?: fi | en | sv} (POST) Transform BODY from json format to schema format
  • /api/flush flushes cache

Client API

For documentation, see how the server uses the Builder component: https://github.com/luomus/laji-form-builder/blob/master/src/server/view/app.tsx

Development

Stack

  • node
  • TypeScript
  • express
  • React
  • playwright (e2e tests)
  • supertest (express tests)

Correct node version is selected with volta or nvm use default.

Install dependencies

npm ci

Configuration

Copy config.json.example to config.json, and fill the configuration file.

Development

Start the development server (it's the same as the production server but with hot reload enabled so code changed are reflected upon file changes):

npm start

Tests

Server

Server is tested without having to run the server. Just run:

npm run test:server
Env variables:
  • MOCK=true: Field service test API requests are mocked by default.

Client

Server can be running or or not. If it's not running, it will be automatically started.

npm run test:client
Dependencies

To run the tests, you might need to install playwright dependencies:

npx playwright install

If you run into issues with browser dependencies etc, there's also a dockerized runner:

# Run all tests (builds docker image & runs it)
npm run test:docker

# Or if you want to give playwright params, run certain tests etc:
npm run test:docker -- test/client/editor.ts --project chromium

Build

Server

To build the server (compiles both static and build):

npm run build:server

In production, run the built server with:

npm run start:prod

npm package

To build the npm package (compiles lib):

npm run build:client

Publishing to npm

Run npm version {patch,minor,major}. This will run the linting & front end tests (and halt if they fail), build the client and publish to npm. We follow semantic versioning.