Resources should always use weak validators because Naptime does not guarantee byte-equality between responses.
Contains all of the information relating to a facet in a sophisticated search.
An ordered (potentially partial) list of facet entries.
Not all potential values for this facet may be included. The fieldCardinality is the count of all possible different values for this facet.
Information about one particular choice of value for one particular facet.
The id or code for this facet value.
The display name for this facet value.
The number of results for this facet.
Contains all the required information related to a resource's fields.
The type of the resource in the collection.
The default fields that should be included in a response.
A function that, given a request header, determines if particular fields are to be included in the response. This function can be used to hide particular fields depending on arbitrary information about the request. (e.g. Sensitive fields can be made unavailable in certain contexts. (e.g. CORS, 3rd party requests to APIs, JSONP, etc.) IMPORTANT NOTE: this functionality is not fully implemented yet! WORK IN PROGRESS. DO NOT USE YET!
A map of field name to related resource's name and version pair. This
configuration is used to automatically join related resources as requested. For
example, if we have an "author" id field that references the "userBasicProfile"
v1 resource, and a "post" id field that references a "discoursePost" v1 the map
would look like:
Map("author" -> ("userBasicProfile", 1), "post" ->
The JSON serialization formatter for the resource.
Throw to break out of a Naptime action body on error.
Configure the defaults for pagination.
Marker trait to try and hide access to the underlying Play request.
Passed to Resources so if there are certain fields that require more work to fetch, they can skip that work if the request does not include it.
Passed to Resources so if there are certain related objects that require more work to fetch, they can skip that work if the request does not ask for those related resources.
Calculates the request pagination.
The structured name + version + path of a resource.
The first top level name.
The version of the top level resource.
The names of path selectors.
If there are subsequent pages, include a next 'pointer'.
If present, a map of field name to facet information.
All the contextual information about a naptime request.
Install this singleton module into your service to configure Naptime defaults to ensure a successful boot.
This ari defines the key abstractions for automatic resource inclusion as well as GraphQL.