body_parser 1.1.1
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Parse request bodies and query strings in Dart. Supports JSON, URL-encoded, and multi-part bodies.

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We analyzed this package on May 12, 2021, and awarded it 80 pub points (of a possible 130):

Follow Dart file conventions
20 / 20

10/10 points: Provide a valid pubspec.yaml

5/5 points: Provide a valid README.md

5/5 points: Provide a valid CHANGELOG.md

Provide documentation
20 / 20

10/10 points: Package has an example

  • Found example at: example/main.dart

10/10 points: 20% or more of the public API has dartdoc comments

  • 19 out of 21 API elements (90.5 %) have documentation comments.
Support multiple platforms
10 / 20

10/20 points: Supports 1 of 2 possible platforms (native, js)

Consider supporting multiple platforms:

Package not compatible with runtime js

Because:

  • package:body_parser/body_parser.dart that imports:
  • package:body_parser/src/parse_body.dart that imports:
  • package:http_server/http_server.dart that imports:
  • package:http_server/src/http_multipart_form_data.dart that imports:
  • package:http_server/src/http_multipart_form_data_impl.dart that imports:
  • dart:io
Pass static analysis
20 / 30

20/30 points: code has no errors, warnings, lints, or formatting issues

Found 24 issues. Showing the first 2:

INFO: Use `=` to separate a named parameter from its default value.

lib/src/file_upload_info.dart:16:58

   ╷
16 │       {this.mimeType, this.name, this.filename, this.data: const []}) {}
   │                                                          ^
   ╵

To reproduce make sure you are using pedantic and run dartanalyzer lib/src/file_upload_info.dart

INFO: Use `;` instead of `{}` for empty constructor bodies.

lib/src/file_upload_info.dart:16:71

   ╷
16 │       {this.mimeType, this.name, this.filename, this.data: const []}) {}
   │                                                                       ^^
   ╵

To reproduce make sure you are using pedantic and run dartanalyzer lib/src/file_upload_info.dart

Support up-to-date dependencies
10 / 20

0/10 points: All of the package dependencies are supported in the latest version

PackageConstraintCompatibleLatest
dart2_constant^1.0.01.0.2+dart21.0.2+dart2
http_parser>=3.1.1 <4.0.03.1.44.0.0
http_server>=0.9.6 <1.0.00.9.8+31.0.0
mime>=0.9.3 <1.0.00.9.71.0.0
Transitive dependencies
PackageConstraintCompatibleLatest
charcode-1.2.01.2.0
collection-1.15.01.15.0
path-1.8.01.8.0
source_span-1.8.11.8.1
string_scanner-1.1.01.1.0
term_glyph-1.2.01.2.0
typed_data-1.3.01.3.0

To reproduce run dart pub outdated --no-dev-dependencies --up-to-date --no-dependency-overrides.

Found 3 issues. Showing the first 2:

The constraint `>=3.1.1 <4.0.0` on http_parser does not support the stable version `4.0.0`.

Try running dart pub upgrade --major-versions http_parser to update the constraint.

The constraint `>=0.9.6 <1.0.0` on http_server does not support the stable version `1.0.0`.

Try running dart pub upgrade --major-versions http_server to update the constraint.

10/10 points: Package supports latest stable Dart and Flutter SDKs

Support sound null safety
0 / 20

0/20 points: Package does not opt in to null safety.

Package language version (indicated by the sdk constraint `>=1.8.0 <3.0.0`) is less than 2.12.

Consider migrating.

Analysed with Pana 0.16.0, Dart 2.12.4.

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Parse request bodies and query strings in Dart. Supports JSON, URL-encoded, and multi-part bodies.

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Uploader

thosakwe@gmail.com

License

MIT (LICENSE)

Dependencies

dart2_constant, http_parser, http_server, mime

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