HTTP made easy.


License
MIT
Install
npm install websy@0.4.1

Documentation

Websy

Websy is an HTTP library designed for simplicity. Its scope is limited to the minimum required to work with HTTP requests and responses.

Currently, Websy only provides an HTTP file server.

# Install locally to use module
$ npm install websy
$ yarn add websy

# Install globally to use the CLI
$ npm install -g websy
$ yarn global add websy

Websy Server

Websy Server is a Node.js HTTP server configured to respond to requests with either the file requested relative to the given document root, or a 404 response if no such file is found. If the request URI leads to a directory, Websy looks for a file called index.html inside of that directory.

Websy provides a CLI to start a Websy server:

$ websy-server ./document-root 8080
Websy Server is running.
  Document Root : ./document-root
  Server Port   : 8080

Alternatively, a Websy server can be created through the Node.js module:

var websy = require("websy");

var websyServer = websy.createServer("./document-root");

websyServer.listen(8080);