Ejemplo n.º 1
// Benchmark_Routes runs a benchmark against our custom Mux using the
// default settings.
func Benchmark_Routes(b *testing.B) {

	handler := routes.New()
	handler.Get("/person/:last/:first", HandlerOk)

	for i := 0; i < b.N; i++ {
		r, _ := http.NewRequest("GET", "/person/anderson/thomas?learn=kungfu", nil)
		w := httptest.NewRecorder()
		handler.ServeHTTP(w, r)

Ejemplo n.º 2
Archivo: main.go Proyecto: flixy/flixy
// main is the entry point to the flixy server.
func main() {
	log.Info("Starting flixy!")

	server, err := socketio.NewServer(nil)
	if err != nil {

	// TODO can/should this be moved to its own function? it might make the
	// architecture of the various other handlers simpler, if implemented
	// in the right way.
	server.On("connection", func(so socketio.Socket) {
		sockid := so.Id()
		sockip := getRemoteIP(so)

		so.On("flixy get sync", SyncHandler(so))
		so.On("flixy new", NewHandler(so))
		so.On("flixy pause", PauseHandler(so))
		so.On("flixy play", PlayHandler(so))
		so.On("flixy join", JoinHandler(so))
		so.On("flixy seek", SeekHandler(so))

			"member_sockid": sockid,
			"member_remote": sockip,

	// TODO move this to its own handler (we're all grown up now!!!!)
	server.On("disconnection", func(so socketio.Socket) {
		sockid := so.Id()
		sockip := getRemoteIP(so)

		m, ok := members[sockid]
		if !ok {
				"verb":          "disconnection",
				"member_sockid": sockid,
				"member_remote": sockip,
			}).Warn("member never in a session disconnected")

			// If a socket has never been a member, then it has no
			// sessions to be removed from, and thus we have
			// nothing further to do.

		log.Infof("%v disconnected", sockid)
		delete(members, sockid)

		s := m.Session

		// TODO this could be a lot prettier. I wish it could go in the
		// `RemoveMember` func itself, but I can't actually think of
		// how to remove a session from within its own context.
		numLeft := s.RemoveMember(sockid)

		// NOTE what happens if a user connects to the session here?
		if numLeft == 0 {
			sid := s.SessionID
			delete(sessions, sid)

	// TODO this should probably go to its own handler, too.
	server.On("error", func(so socketio.Socket, err error) {
		// TODO how can this even happen?
		log.Error("error:", err)

	mux := http.NewServeMux()
	api := routes.New()

	// TODO remove this
	api.Get("/status", func(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
		// print status here
		// this is just for debugging for now, we need more in-depth stuff soon
		enc := json.NewEncoder(w)
		wms := make(map[string]models.WireSession)

		for k, v := range sessions {
			wms[k] = v.GetWireSession()

	// `/sessions/:sid` will 302 the user to the proper Netflix URL if it's
	// a valid SID, setting the session ID in the URL as it does so. It
	// will *also* return the session as a JSON object.
	api.Get("/sessions/:sid", func(w http.ResponseWriter, r *http.Request) {
		params := r.URL.Query()
		session, present := sessions[params.Get(":sid")]
		if !present {

		w.Header().Set("Location", session.GetNetflixURL())
		routes.ServeJson(w, session.GetWireSession())

	mux.Handle("/socket.io/", server)
	mux.Handle("/", api)

	n := negroni.New()
	n.Use(negronilogrus.NewCustomMiddleware(loglevel, &log.TextFormatter{}, "web"))
	n.Run(fmt.Sprintf("%s:%d", opts.Host, opts.Port))