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Check whether A Service alive or not





This package supports checking service whether alive or not.

Capabilities and Frameworks

|Capability|Module| |------------------|-----------| |Server Framework|hapi as a web server| |API documentation|hapi-swagger support self documentation the API interface in the project from code annotations. hapi-swagger will need to install the inert static file and directory handlers plugin for hapi.js, vision templates rendering support for hapi.js| |Coding Standard|eslint identifying and reporting on patterns found in ECMAScript/JavaScript code completely pluggable, babel-eslint support parsing ECMAScript for eslint| |Testing Framework|chai a BDD / TDD assertion library for node and browser, mocha test framework, nyc command line interface support checking code coverage|

How to test

npm test
npm test:coverage

How to check lint

npm run lint
npm run lintFix

How to use

Install this module check dependencies in package.json

"dependencies": {
    "@askbills/healthcheck": "0.0.1"

Create a service connection object with an api tag.

    address: 'localhost',
    port: 3000,
    labels: ['api']

Add it as an object in plugins array with register healthcheck, check dependencies

const pkg = require('../package.json');
const plugins = [
    select: ['api'],
    register: hapiSwagger
    select: ['api'],
    register: healthcheck,
    options: {
      pkg: pkg.dependencies,
      config: {
        api: {
          version: '0.0.0'