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completer - Fn Flow Completer Service

  •    Go

To find out how to use Fn Flow in Java read the user guide.The completer is a service that implements long-running computations based on fn invocations allowing reliable promise-like continuations of function code.

fdk-java - Java API and runtime for fn.

  •    Java

This project adds support for writing functions in Java on the Fn platform, with full support for Java 9 as the default out of the box.Some common questions are answered in our FAQ.

rename-fn - Rename a function

  •    Javascript

JavaScript engines are very good at inferring function names. You probably don't need this unless you want a different name.Function to rename.

fn-name - Get the name of a named function

  •    Javascript

There is a name property on functions, but it's not supported in all browsers. This module tries that property then falls back to extracting the name from the function source.

onetime - Ensure a function is only called once

  •    Javascript

When called multiple times it will return the return value from the first call.Unlike the module once, this one isn't naughty extending Function.prototype.

lazy-value - Create a lazily evaluated value

  •    Javascript

Useful when a value is expensive to generate, so you want to delay the computation until the value is needed. For example, improving startup performance by deferring nonessential operations.Expected to return a value.

mimic-fn - Make a function mimic another one

  •    Javascript

Useful when you wrap a function in another function and like to preserve the original name and other properties.It will copy over the properties name, length, displayName, and any custom properties you may have set.

is-fn - Check if a value is a function

  •    Javascript

In Node.js, just use typeof fn which works exactly the same. This module can be useful in the browser where typeof fn has a myriad of bugs.

debounce-fn - Debounce a function

  •    Javascript

Returns a debounced function that delays calling the input function until after wait milliseconds have elapsed since the last time the debounced function was called.It comes with a .cancel() method to cancel any scheduled input function calls.

define-lazy-prop - Define a lazily evaluated property on an object

  •    Javascript

Useful when the value of a property is expensive to generate, so you want to delay the computation until the property is needed. For example, improving startup performance by deferring nonessential operations.Object to add property to.

jrestless - Run JAX-RS applications on AWS Lambda using Jersey

  •    Java

JRestless allows you to create serverless applications using JAX-RS. JRestless is a framework allowing you to build serverless JAX-RS applications or rather to run JAX-RS applications in FasS (Function as a Service) environments like AWS Lambda. This is achieved by providing a generic Jersey container that handles requests in the form of POJOs. For each FaaS environment there is a separate module acting as an integration layer between the actual environment and the generic Jersey container.

fdk-python - Python Function Developer Kit

  •    Python

Following examples are showing how to use API of this library to work with streaming HTTP requests from Fn service. This CLI call depends on test.json file that contains an input and the output data for the black-box testing.

flow - Fn Flow Server

  •    Go

Fn Flow lets you build long-running, reliable and scalable functions using Fn that only consume compute resources when they have work to do and are written purely in code. Flow supports building complex parallel processes that are readable, testable (including via unit testing) using standard programming tools. Flow empowers you to build workflows as distributed programs that are as complex as you need them to be and supports a rich set of concurrency primitives including fork-join, chaining, delays and error handling. Most workflow systems strongly separate the coordination of a process from its execution, typically using declarative workflow programming languages like state machines to execute the workflow in one system and the units of work (e.g. steps, stages) in another.

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