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make typed requests towards apis

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Use TypeScript for best in class intellisense.

import { expect, tap } from '@pushrocks/tapbundle';
import * as smartexpress from '@pushrocks/smartexpress';

import * as typedrequest from '../ts/index';

let testServer: smartexpress.Server;
let testTypedHandler: typedrequest.TypedHandler<ITestReqRes>;

// lets define an interface
interface ITestReqRes {
method: 'hi';
request: {
name: string;
response: {
surname: string;

tap.test('should create a typedHandler', async () => {
// lets use the interface in a TypedHandler
testTypedHandler = new typedrequest.TypedHandler<ITestReqRes>('hi', async (reqArg) => {
return {
surname: 'wow',

tap.test('should spawn a server to test with', async () => {
testServer = new smartexpress.Server({
cors: true,
forceSsl: false,
port: 3000,

tap.test('should define a testHandler', async () => {
const testTypedRouter = new typedrequest.TypedRouter(); // typed routers can broker typedrequests between handlers
new smartexpress.HandlerTypedRouter(testTypedRouter as any) // the "any" is testspecific, since smartexpress ships with its own version of typedrequest.

tap.test('should start the server', async () => {
await testServer.start();

tap.test('should fire a request', async () => {
const typedRequest = new typedrequest.TypedRequest<ITestReqRes>(
const response = await typedRequest.fire({
name: 'really',
console.log('this is the response:');

tap.test('should end the server', async () => {
await testServer.stop();



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