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x/cliffy/examples/command.ts

Command line framework for deno 🦕 Including Commandline-Interfaces, Prompts, CLI-Table, Arguments Parser and more...
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#!/usr/bin/env -S deno run --allow-net=localhost:8080,deno.land
import { Command } from "../command/mod.ts";import { serve } from "https://deno.land/std@0.221.0/http/server.ts";
await new Command() .name("reverse-proxy") .description("A simple reverse proxy example cli.") .version("v1.0.0") .option("-p, --port <port:number>", "The port number for the local server.", { default: 8080, }) .option("--host <hostname>", "The host name for the local server.", { default: "localhost", }) .arguments("[domain]") .action(async ({ port, host }, domain = "deno.land") => { console.log(`Listening on http://${host}:${port}`); await serve((req: Request) => { const url = new URL(req.url); url.protocol = "https:"; url.hostname = domain; url.port = "443";
console.log("Proxy request to:", url.href); return fetch(url.href, { headers: req.headers, method: req.method, body: req.body, }); }, { hostname: host, port }); }) .parse();