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FastyBird IoT triggers node for triggers storage & automation services

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README

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What is FastyBird triggers node?

Triggers node is a core microservice for managing & running automation logic and exposing it for clients.

FastyBird triggers node is an Apache2 licensed distributed microservice, developed in PHP with Nette framework.

Requirements

FastyBird triggers node is tested against PHP 7.4 and ReactPHP http 0.8 event-driven, streaming plaintext HTTP server and RabbitMQ 3.7 message broker

Getting started

NOTE: If you don't want to install it manually, try docker image

The best way to install fastybird/triggers-node is using Composer. If you don't have Composer yet, download it following the instructions. Then use command:

$ composer create-project --no-dev fastybird/triggers-node path/to/install
$ cd path/to/install

Everything required will be then installed in the provided folder path/to/install

This microservice has one console command.

HTTP server
$ vendor/bin/fb-console fb:node:server:start

This command is to start build in web server which is listening for incoming http api request messages from clients and is listening for new data from exchange bus from other microservices.

Install with docker

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Docker image: fastybird/triggers-node

Use docker hub image

$ docker run -d -it --name triggers fastybird/triggers-node:latest

Generate local image

$ docker build --tag=triggers-node .
$ docker run -d -it --name triggers-node triggers-node

Configuration

This microservice is preconfigured for default connections, but your infrastructure could be different.

Configuration could be made via environment variables:

Environment Variable Description
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__EXCHANGE_HOST=127.0.0.1 RabbitMQ host address
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__EXCHANGE_PORT=5672 RabbitMQ access port
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__EXCHANGE_VHOST=/ RabbitMQ vhost
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__EXCHANGE_USERNAME=guest Username
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__EXCHANGE_PASSWORD=guest Password
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__DATABASE_VERSION=5.7 MySQL server version
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__DATABASE_HOST=127.0.0.1 MySQL host address
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__DATABASE_PORT=3306 MySQL access port
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__DATABASE_DBNAME=triggers_node MySQL database name
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__DATABASE_USERNAME=root Username
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__DATABASE_PASSWORD= Password
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__SERVER_ADDRESS=0.0.0.0 HTTP server host address
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__SERVER_PORT=8000 HTTP server access port
FB_NODE_PARAMETER__SECURITY_SIGNATURE= Security token signature string

NOTE: In case you are not using docker image or you are not able to configure environment variables, you could edit configuration file ./config/default.neon

Initialization

This microservice is using database, and need some initial data to be inserted into it. This could be done via shell command:

$ vendor/bin/fb-console fb:initialize

This console command is interactive and will ask for all required information.

After this steps, microservice could be started with server command

Feedback

Use the issue tracker for bugs or mail or Tweet us for any idea that can improve the project.

Thank you for testing, reporting and contributing.

Changelog

For release info check release page

Maintainers

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Adam Kadlec

Homepage https://www.fastybird.com and repository https://github.com/fastybird/triggers-node.