Durable Objects provide low-latency coordination and consistent storage for the Workers platform. A given namespace can support essentially unlimited Durable Objects, with each Object having access to a transactional, key-value storage API.
When debugging your Worker via
wrangler tail, or from the Workers Dashboard,
anything passed to this macro will be printed to the terminal or written to the console.
In addition to the methods on the
Request struct, the
Cf struct on an inbound Request contains information about the request provided by Cloudflare’s edge.
Env contains any bindings you have associated with the Worker when you uploaded it.
A FormData representation of the request body, providing access to form encoded fields and files.
Configuration options for Cloudflare’s minification features: https://www.cloudflare.com/website-optimization/
Optional options struct that contains settings to apply to the
Container for a route’s parsed parameters, data, and environment bindings from the Runtime (such as KV Stores, Durable Objects, Variables, and Secrets).
Represents the URL parameters parsed from the path, e.g. a route with “/user/:id” pattern would contain a single “id” key.
A path-based HTTP router supporting exact-match or wildcard placeholders and shared data.
A parsed URL record.
Date by constructing this enum.
All possible Error variants that might be encountered while working with a Worker.
Construct a Fetch call from a URL string or a Request object. Call its
send method to execute
Representing the options any FormData value can be, a field or a file.
Configuration options for Cloudflare’s image optimization feature: https://blog.cloudflare.com/introducing-polish-automatic-image-optimizati/