@frameworkless/bodyparser

    1.0.2 • Public • Published

    @frameworkless/bodyparser

    The easiest to use body parser for Node.js applications. Works with any content type, and comes standard with a few useful ones.

    This module comes from the output of the Frameworkless.js online course.

    Installing

    npm i --save @frameworkless/bodyparser
    

    Quick Start

    Here's the quick, simple usage with the Node's built in HTTP server:

    const { createServer } = require('http')
    const { parseBody } = require('@frameworkless/bodyparser')
     
    const requestHandler = async (request, response) => {
      const payload = await parseBody(request)
      return response.end(payload)
    }
     
    const server = createServer(requestHandler)
     
    server.listen(1234)

    File Uploads

    File uploads will work out of the box, via multipart form parsing. The only thing you need to do is whitelist the types of files you want to upload. This can be done via one of two ways:

    1. Environment variable (recommended): set ALLOWED_ATTACHMENT_MIMES to a comma-separated list of files you want to whitelist, for example: image/png,text/html
    2. Pass it in to the options argument: by passing in a fileTypes option, you will be able to overwrite this per-request if you pass in an array of mime types. So your code might look like:
    const payload = await parseBody(request, { fileTypes: [ 'image/png', 'text/html' ] })

    Tests

    npm run test
    

    Contributing

    I would love your help! Please make an issue or better yet create a pull request if you find a bug or missing feature!

    Install

    npm i @frameworkless/bodyparser

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    2

    Version

    1.0.2

    License

    MIT

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    10.2 kB

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