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  • Streams FunctionalJs - London - May 2014 @darachennis
  • A <3able Stream // by @TooTallNate - https://gist.github.com/TooTallNate/3947591 
 // npm install lame ; npm install speaker ; node mp3player.js var fs = require('fs'); var lame = require('lame'); var Speaker = require('speaker'); fs.createReadStream(process.argv[2]) .pipe(new lame.Decoder()) .on('format', function (format) { this.pipe(new Speaker(format)); });
  • A <3able Stream // by @TooTallNate - https://gist.github.com/TooTallNate/3947591 
 // npm install lame ; npm install speaker ; node mp3player.js var fs = require('fs'); var lame = require('lame'); var Speaker = require('speaker'); fs.createReadStream(process.argv[2]) .pipe(new lame.Decoder()) .on('format', function (format) { this.pipe(new Speaker(format)); }); View slide
  • Sound Soup var fs = require('fs'); var lame = require('lame'); var Speaker = require('speaker'); ! // Cache names of mp3's in cwd function isMp3(e) { return e.indexOf("mp3") > 1 }; var soundz = fs.readdirSync('.').filter(isMp3); ! // Every half second, play a random sound setInterval(function(){ blend() },500); function rand(min, max) { var offset = min; var range = (max - min) + 1; return Math.floor( Math.random() * range) + offset; } function blend() { fs.createReadStream(soundz[rand(0,soundz.length-1)]) .pipe(new lame.Decoder()) .on('format', function (format) { this.pipe(new Speaker(format)); }); } View slide
  • A brief history in Node.js streams
  • UNIXy • UNIX $ a | b | c | d • NODE.js> a.pipe(b).pipe(c).pipe(d) • same as: • a.pipe(b);
 b.pipe(c);
 c.pipe(d);
 // but, less typing for the win o/
  • Streams 0 • Util.pump(Readable,Writable)
  • Streams 1 • EventEmitter and a pipe() function. • pipe() is an instance of the Builder Pattern • EventEmitter is an instance of Subject/Observer Pattern
  • Streams 1: Example var Stream = require(‘stream').Stream var util = require('util') function MyStream () { Stream.call(this) } util.inherits(MyStream, Stream) // stream logic and state management and back-pressure // you’re on your own (with the rest of the pipeline) // this was error prone and painful …
  • Streams 2 • EventEmitter and a pipe() function. • Readable, Writable, Duplex, Transform, Passthrough (and classic) ‘behaviours' • New ‘behaviours’ encourage good ‘backpressure' handling disciplines
  • Streams 2: Using Readable // From: Stream Handbook, Readable with Push var Readable = require('stream').Readable; var rs = new Readable; rs.push(‘beep ‘); rs.push(‘boopn’); rs.push(null); rs.pipe(process.stdout);
  • Streams 2: Using Readable // From: Stream Handbook var Readable = require('stream').Readable; var rs = Readable(); var c = 97; rs._read = function () { rs.push(String.fromCharCode(c++)); if (c > 'z'.charCodeAt(0)) rs.push(null); }; rs.pipe(process.stdout); // _read called once, prints ‘a-z'
  • Streams 2: Pop Quiz!!! $ node readable-popquiz.js abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz% $ !
  • Streams 2: Pop Quiz!!! // From: Stream Handbook (tweaked) var Readable = require('stream').Readable; var rs = Readable(); var c = 97; rs._read = function () { rs.push(String.fromCharCode(c++)); if (c > 'z'.charCodeAt(0)) rs.push(null); }; rs.pipe(process.stdout); // _read called once rs.pipe(process.stdout); // _read called twice rs.pipe(process.stdout); // _read called three times rs.pipe(process.stdout); // _read called four times
  • Streams 2: Pop Quiz!!! $ node readable-popquiz.js aaaabbbbccccddddeeeeffffgggghhhhiiiijjjjkkkkl lllmmmmnnnnooooppppqqqqrrrrssssttttuuuuvvvvww wwxxxxyyyyzzzz% $ … WAT? (Think about it) !
  • Streams 2: Using Writable // From: Stream Handbook var fs = require('fs'); var ws = fs.createWriteStream('message.txt'); ws.write('beep ‘); // Write … setTimeout(function () { ws.end(‘boopn'); // We’re done writing }, 1000);
  • Streams 2: Using Writable var Writable = require('stream').Writable; var src = process.stdin; var dst = new Writable; dst._write = function (chunk, enc, next) { console.log(chunk.toString()); next(); }; src.push("hit any key!"); src.pipe(dst);
  • Streams 2: Transform var Transform = stream.Transform || require('readable-stream').Transform; function Hash(algorithm, encoding, options) { Transform.call(this, options); this.digester = crypto.createHash(algorithm); this.encoding = encoding; } util.inherits(Hash, Transform); Hash.prototype._transform = function (chunk, enc, cb) { var bf = (Buffer.isBuffer(chunk)) ? chunk : new Buffer(chunk, enc); this.digester.update(bf); cb(); }; Hash.prototype._flush = function (cb) { this.push(this.digester.digest(this.encoding)); cb(); };
  • Streams 2: Transform var hash = require('./hash.js'); var fs = require('fs'); var rs = fs.createReadStream(‘file.js’); var md5Hash = hash.Hash('md5', 'base64'); // var sha1Hash = hash.Hash('sha1', 'base64'); rs.pipe(md5Hash).pipe(process.stdout);
  • Streams 2: Duplex * Independent Readable and Writable channels * Implement _read and _write * Example use
 
 - network protocols
 
 - serial communications with hardware
 
 - …
  • Know a classic stream // From: Stream Handbook process.stdin.on('data', function (buf) { console.log(buf); }); process.stdin.on('end', function () { console.log('__END__'); });
  • Streams 3 • Streams2 tweaked • API the same as Streams2
  • Useful modules • @DominicTarr’s event-stream 
 https://github.com/dominictarr/event-stream • @RVagg’s through2
 https://github.com/rvagg/through2 • @Raynos’s duplexer
 https://github.com/Raynos/duplexer
  • • https://github.com/substack/stream-handbook - @SubStack’s Stream handbook • http://www.nearform.com/nodecrunch/dont-use- nodes-core-stream-module#.U4I71JRdWuk - Why @Rvagg doesn’t use node’s core stream module (& nor should we!) Good to know …
  • Meta Programming with Streams and Pipes Great British Node Conference October 8th 2013 London ! Darach Ennis
  • Streams 101 ! Readable Streams ! IO / throughput oriented ! Events – data, end, error, close ! Methods – pause, resume, end, destroy ! Writeable Streams ! IO / throughput oriented ! Events - drain, pause, resume, error, close ! Methods – write, end, destroy
  • Streams … 4IO ! IO Oriented ! Finite, not infinite ! Asynchronous ! Lazy ! Assumes in transit data, not in memory forms ! Great for IO. Not efficient for compute
  • CSV Reader .@maxogden
  • Beams Streams for Compute
  • Beams 101 ! Sources ! Where data pours in ! Sinks ! Where results pop out ! Operators ! Filters – Drop or pass on data based on a UDF ! Transforms – Mutate data based on a UDF ! Branch with Filters ! Combine with Sinks
  • Beams… 4CPU ! Compute Oriented ! Infinite, not finite ! Synchronous ! Eager ! Assumes in memory form, not encoded or wire data ! Convenient for compute. Not good for IO
  • Beams - Branch
  • Beams - Combine
  • Ex – Fly NodeCopter with Streams!
  • Extend Games to Robots!
  • Extend? Meta Programming
  • A minor problem ! Eager: a.pipe(operation).pipe(z).pipe(a); ! Implies:
 
 RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded
  • Goto + Modules = Magic
  • Extend Beam with Modules
  • Questions & Thanks ! npm install beam ! Compute oriented streams ! Branch, Combine, Filter, Transform data ! Extend with goto and modules. ! npm install eep ! Beam will be integrated into eep soon ! Eep provides aggregate windows ! Slide, Tumble, Monotonic, Periodic ! Stats Library ! Ordering now supported ! npm install nodesapiens ! Robosapiens V1 for node.js ! Code on github ! https://github.com/darach
  • Dojo - nodeschool.io • Basics • Stream Adventure • Functional Javascript