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Nodejs Open Microservice

Execute a Node file.

Open Microservice Specification Version Open Microservices Spectrum Chat Open Microservices Code of Conduct Open Microservices Commitzen PRs Welcome License: MIT

Introduction

This project is an example implementation of the Open Microservice Specification, a standard originally created at Storyscript for building highly-portable "microservices" that expose the events, actions, and APIs inside containerized software.

Getting Started

The oms command-line interface allows you to interact with Open Microservices. If you're interested in creating an Open Microservice the CLI also helps validate, test, and debug your oms.yml implementation!

See the oms-cli project to learn more!

Installation

npm install -g @microservices/oms

Usage

Open Microservices CLI Usage

Once you have the oms-cli installed, you can run any of the following commands from within this project's root directory:

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execute

Execute a javascript file.

Action Arguments
Argument NameTypeRequiredDefaultDescription
pathstringtrueNonePath to the JavaScript file to execute.
oms run execute \ 
    -a path='*****'

Contributing

All suggestions in how to improve the specification and this guide are very welcome. Feel free share your thoughts in the Issue tracker, or even better, fork the repository to implement your own ideas and submit a pull request.

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