The-box container with express batteries included
// Example: Hello worldvar App = require'express-in-the-box'var app = Appappget'/' 'send-hello'appdef'send-hello'get'response'send'Hello world!'applisten3000console.log'Hello world server listening...'
As you can see it has express look and feel except that you should pass box
names as route handlers instead of functions. The app instance is
container extended with express specific methods and settings like
.disable(), etc. There is no concept of middleware. You can use hooks instead.
// Example: automatically parse request bodyvar bodyParser = expressbodyParserappafter'request'bodyParserreq reqres done
For further details see the-box documentation.
npm install express-in-the-box
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