If you want to extend Platformatic DB features, it is possible to register a plugin, which will be in the form of a standard Fastify plugin.
The config file will specify where the plugin file is located as the example below:
The paths are relative to the config file path.
Since it uses fastify-sandbox under the hood, all other options of that package may be specified under the
Once the config file is set up, you can write your plugin to extend Platformatic DB API or write your custom business logic.
You should export an async
function which receives a parameters
FastifyInstance) that is the main fastify instance running Platformatic DB
optsall the options specified in the config file after
- You can always access Platformatic data mapper through
Check some examples.
Plugin file is being watched by
You don't need to reload Platformatic DB server while working on your plugin. Every time you save, the watcher will trigger a reload event and the server will auto-restart and load your updated code.
At this time, on Linux, file watch in subdirectories is not supported due to a Node.js limitation (documented here).
The path can also be a directory. In that case, the directory will be loaded with
Consider the following directory structure:
│ ├── foo
│ │ ├── something.js
│ │ └── bar
│ │ └── baz.js
│ ├── single-plugin
│ │ └── utils.js
│ └── another-plugin.js
By default the folder will be added as a prefix to all the routes defined within them. See the autoload documentation for all the options to customize this behavior.
Multiple plugins can be loaded in parallel by specifying an array: