Skip to main content

This is a JavaScript and TypeScript SDK for building ActyxOS apps. Currently, it wraps the ActyxOS Event Service and Console Service APIs in a simple client that can be used from within JavaScript and TypeScript apps.

ActyxOS#

For more information about ActyxOS, please check out our developer documentation at https://developer.actyx.com/.

Examples#

Event Service#

Subscribe to event streams#

import { Client, Subscription } from '@actyx/os-sdk'
const ActyxOS = Client()
// callback style
ActyxOS.eventService.subscribe({
subscriptions: Subscription.everything(),
onEvent: event => {
console.log('got event', event)
}
})
// stream style
const eventStream = ActyxOS.eventService.subscribeStream({
subscriptions: Subscription.everything(),
})
for await (const event of eventStream) {
console.log('got event', event)
}

Publish events#

import { Client, EventDraft } from '@actyx/os-sdk'
const ActyxOS = Client()
// callback style
ActyxOS.eventService.publish({
eventDrafts: EventDraft.make('mySemantics', 'myName', { foo: 'bar' }),
onDone: () => {
console.log(`Published`)
}
})
// promise style
await ActyxOS.eventService.publishPromise({
eventDrafts: EventDraft.make('mySemantics', 'myName', { foo: 'bar' }),
})

Console Service#

Simple logging#

For simple logging needs, use the SimpleLogger which you can configure once and then use to log messages and, optionally, additional data:

import { Client } from '@actyx/os-sdk'
const ActyxOS = Client()
const logger: SimpleLogger = ActyxOS.consoleService.SimpleLogger({
logName: 'myLogger',
producerName: 'com.example.app1',
producerVersion: '1.0.0'
})
logger.debug('this is a DEBUG message')
logger.warn('this is a WARNING message')
logger.info('this is an INFO message')
logger.error('this is an ERROR message')
logger.debug('This is a message with additional data', {foo: 'bar'})

Advanced (custom) logging#

For more advanced, custom logging needs, use the log function directly:

import { Client } from '@actyx/os-sdk'
const ActyxOS = Client()
ActyxOS.consoleService.log({
entry: {
logName: 'myCustomLogger',
message: 'this is a WARNING message',
severity: LogSeverity.WARN,
producer: {
name: 'com.example.app1',
version: '1.0.0'
},
additionalData: {
foo: 'bar',
bar: {
foo: true,
}
},
labels: {
'com.example.app1.auth.username': 'john.doe',
'com.example.app1.model.events': '10000',
}
},
// Callback on successful logging
onLogged: () => {
// Do something
},
// Callback on error logging
onError: err => {
console.error(`error logging: ${err}`)
}
})

There also is a corresponding version that returns a Promise:

import { Client } from '@actyx/os-sdk'
const ActyxOS = Client()
await ActyxOS.consoleService.logPromise({ /* log entry */ })

Usage#

Installation#

Install via npm using

npm install @actyx/os-sdk

Documentation#

You can access the Typedoc documentation at https://developer.actyx.com/@actyx/os-sdk/.

Getting help#

If you have questions about or issues with the ActyxOS SDK, join our Discord chat or email us at [email protected].

Advanced#

Overriding the default client options#

You can override the default client options by passing options (ApiClientOpts) when creating the client. If you only want to override specific options, use the default options (DefaultClientOpts) as shown in the following example:

import { Client, DefaultClientOpts } from '@actyx/os-sdk'
const clientOpts = DefaultClientOpts()
clientOpts.Endpoints.EventService.BaseUrl = 'http://10.2.3.23:4454/api'
const CustomActyxOS = Client(clientOpts)

Development#

  • Build with npm run build
  • Run tests with npm run test
  • Run test including integration tests with RUN_INTEGRATION_TESTS=1 npm run test
  • Run lint / lint fix with npm run lint and npm run lint:fix
  • Publish with npm publish