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Shelf interop with Galileo. This package lets you run package:shelf handlers via a custom adapter.

Use the code in this repo to embed existing Galileo/shelf apps into other Galileo/shelf applications. This way, you can migrate legacy applications without having to rewrite your business logic.

This will make it easy to layer your API over a production application, rather than having to port code.



This is a compliant shelf adapter that acts as an Galileo request handler. You can use it as a middleware, or attach it to individual routes.

import 'dart:io';
import 'package:galileo_framework/galileo_framework.dart';
import 'package:galileo_shelf/galileo_shelf.dart';
import 'package:shelf/shelf.dart' as shelf;
import 'api/api.dart';

main() async {
  var app = Galileo();
  var http = GalileoHttp(app);

  // Galileo routes on top
  await app.mountController<ApiController>();

  // Re-route all other traffic to an
  // existing application.

  // Or, only on a specific route:
  app.get('/shelf', wrappedShelfHandler);

  await http.startServer(InternetAddress.loopbackIPV4, 3000);

Communicating with Galileo with embedShelf

You can communicate with Galileo:

handleRequest(shelf.Request request) {
  // Access original Galileo request...
  var req = request.context['galileo_shelf.request'] as RequestContext;

  // ... And then interact with it.
  req.container.registerNamedSingleton<Foo>('from_shelf', Foo());

  // `req.container` is also available.
  var container = request.context['galileo_shelf.container'] as Container;


Galileo 2 brought about the generic Driver class, which is implemented by GalileoHttp, GalileoHttp2, GalileoGopher, etc., and provides the core infrastructure for request handling in Galileo.

GalileoShelf is an implementation that wraps shelf requests and responses in their Galileo equivalents. Using it is as simple using as using GalileoHttp, or any other driver:

// Create an GalileoShelf driver.
// If we have startup hooks we want to run, we need to call
// `startServer`. Otherwise, it can be omitted.
// Of course, if you call `startServer`, know that to run
// shutdown/cleanup logic, you need to call `close` eventually,
// too.
var galileoShelf = GalileoShelf(app);
await galileoShelf.startServer();

await shelf_io.serve(galileoShelf.handler, InternetAddress.loopbackIPv4, 8081);

You can also use the GalileoShelf driver as a shelf middleware - just use galileoShelf.middleware instead of galileoShelf.handler. When used as a middleware, if the Galileo response context is still open after all handlers run (i.e. no routes were matched), the next shelf handler will be called.

var handler = shelf.Pipeline()