Binding is how Node-SerialPort talks to the underlying system. By default, we auto-detect Windows, Linux and OS X, and load the appropriate module for your system. You can assign
SerialPort.Binding to any binding you like. Find more bindings by searching "serialport-binding" at npm.
You can prevent auto-loading of the default bindings by requiring the SerialPort Stream package.
var SerialPort = require('@serialport/stream'); SerialPort.Binding = MyBindingClass;
You never have to use
Binding objects directly.
@serialPort/stream uses them to access the underlying hardware. This documentation is geared towards people who are making bindings for different platforms. The
AbstractBinding class from the
@serialport/binding-abstract package can be inherited to get the base API.
There is also a
MockBinding package to assist with testing.
To see the binding api take a look at