Runtime components of the webtask.io sandbox

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Webtask runtime components
A series of components that replicate the behaviour of the runtime component of https://webtask.io.


Given a sample webtask:
function webtask(ctx, cb) {
    return cb(null, {
        secret: ctx.secrets.hello,

Sample of simulating a request to a webtask function:
const Assert = require('assert');
const Runtime = require('webtask-runtime');

Runtime.simulate(webtask, { secrets: { hello: 'world' }}, function (res) {
    Assert.ok(res.statusCode === 200);
    Assert.ok(typeof res.payload === 'string');

Sample of creating a local http server that runs a webtask:
const Assert = require('assert');
const Runtime = require('webtask-runtime');

const server = Runtime.createServer(webtask, { secrets: { hello: 'world' }});





Just clone the repo, run npm install and then hack away.

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