A small piece of code that sits inside express's res.send function. It captures the route that was called, the body that would be sent to the browser, and writes that result to an html file.
Think about it like this:
You write an express route
/hello-world and the result would be
<h1>Hello World</h1>. This module will write
<h1>Hello World</h1> inside of it.
During development, you never generate the static pages. The plan is to just have some automation to hit those routes for you during a build process.
We have an example implementation here:
var writer = require('express-writer'); app.use(writer.watch);
Hit a route in your browser, and watch the static files generate in the
Change the dist directory
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