API Performance - Frontend

Standards

  1. Always attempt to validate input before sending
  2. Make as few assumptions about data being available as possible. What if a a value is undefined?
  3. Use await/async as described below.
  4. Use regular error handling

Example request

async task_list_api() {

  this.loading = true
  try {
    const response = await axios.post(`/api/v1/job/${this.job_id}/task/list`, {
      'date_from': this.date ? this.date.from : undefined,
      'date_to': this.date ? this.date.to : undefined,
      'job_id': this.job_id,
      'mode_data': this.mode_data,
      'incoming_directory_id': this.incoming_directory ? this.incoming_directory.directory_id : undefined,
      'status': this.task_status
    })

    if (response.data.log.success == true) {

      this.task_list = response.data.task_list
      this.pending_initial_dir_sync = response.data.pending_initial_dir_sync;

    }
    return response
  } catch (error) {
    console.log(error);
    return false;
  } finally {
    this.loading = false
  }

},

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