Message from JavaScript discussions

February 2018

— If you trigger from API, you can just spin up HTTP from node

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Four hourly triggers, you can use cron / Task Scheduler in your system, OR you can keep node running and use npmjs.org/cron

— For the cron system I already choose for npmjs.org/cron

— Ahh, alright

— So basic structure:

mainProcedure() {
setSomeRedisKeys(getDataFromMongo())
cleanVarnishCache()
}

api.on('trigger', mainProcedure)

cron(mainProcedure)

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getData()
.then(reduceData)
.then(writeDatatoRedis)


Might be the preferred way

— Separating each process so you can switch mongo or redis independently

— Any external thing is a dependency, so they should be decoupled

— While the reducing operation shouldn't know about either mongo nor redis

— Hey guys, do you know where or have a function which removes one structure from another? Some kind of Object1 - Object2 = reduced Object1

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— Http://ramdajs.com/docs/#omit

— Depends a bit on what you mean by subtract