let you route your application based on folder structure for express
$ npm install express-courier
To use express-courier, just add:
require'epress-courier';appcourier<path of route files>;
Then you can write your file under the path_of_route_files.
Go to example folder to view examples.
The directory structure like following:
|--- query.js |--- team | |----- group.v | |------- fetch.js | |------- group.middleware.js | |------- select.js | |--- user |--- id.v.js |--- user.index.js
It may respond to following requests:
GET /query/13 GET /query GET /user DEL /user GET /user/1 DEL /user/2 GET /team/1/fetch GET /team/3/select/whatever
The directory/filename will be the name in the routing path; If you want to use the name like params, just put .v after the name of directory/filename and before the extension.
First install npm dependencies:
$ npm install
Then run tests:
$ make test
$ npm run test
(The MIT License)
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