Express Registered Routes
A simple module to list the registered routes for Express on server startup.
To install the latest release version:
npm install --save exreg-routes
To install the latest development version:
npm install --save git+https://github.com/belsrc/exreg-routes.git#develop
In your application's server.js file simply require exreg-routes, passing the Express application object.
var env = processenvNODE_ENV || 'development';ifenv === 'development'app;
Then when you start the server you'll get a list of the registered routes in the console.
$ nodemon server.jsSuccessfully started web server on port 3000.GET /POST /GET /adminPOST /adminGET /404GET /500
Express Registered Routes is copyright (c) 2015 Bryan Kizer and licensed under the MIT License.
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