request-as-bluebird

promise wrapper for the npm request package


Keywords
bluebird, request, request-debug, promise
License
MIT
Install
npm install request-as-bluebird@2.0.4

Documentation

request-as-bluebird

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promise wrapper for the npm request package

wraps the npm request package, in a bluebird promise, resolving with an object containing the response and body or rejecting with an Error; also allows you to turn on debugging using the npm request-debug package.

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installation

npm install request-as-bluebird

usage

getRequestAsBluebird( user_options, debug )

@param {string|Object} user_options
@param {boolean} [debug]
@returns {Promise}

the request package documentation details available user options. you may also want to consider using the generic-request-options package to create the initial user options object.

default

var getRequestAsBluebird = require( 'request-as-bluebird' );

getRequestAsBluebird( 'https://www.google.com' )
  .then(
    /**
     * @param {Object} result
     * @param {IncomingMessage} result.response
     * @param {string} result.body
     */
    function( result ) {
      // handle resolve
    }
  )
  .catch(
    /**
     * @param {Error} err
     */
    function( err ) {
      // handle reject
    }
  );

with request-debug

var getRequestAsBluebird = require( 'request-as-bluebird' );

getRequestAsBluebird( 'https://www.google.com', true )
  .then(
    /**
     * @param {Object} result
     * @param {IncomingMessage} result.response
     * @param {string} result.body
     */
    function( result ) {
      // handle resolve
    }
  )
  .catch(
    /**
     * @param {Error} err
     */
    function( err ) {
      // handle reject
    }
  );

license

MIT License