This is a HTTP implementation for Fortune.js, which includes default serializers for JSON, HTML, form encoded and form data. This module is required for other HTTP serializers.
$ npm install fortune-http --save
// Use the Node.js core HTTP implementation.const http =// The alternative `uWS.http` implementation may be supported:// const http = require('uws').httpconst fortuneHTTP =// Pass in a Fortune instance and an optional options object.const listener =const server = http
For use with middleware frameworks such as Express:
const express =const fortuneHTTP =const app =const listener =// Make sure that the Fortune listener is last in the middleware stack,// since it ends the response by default (this can be optionally disabled).app
The HTML serializer has some customization options.
prefix: a prefix to add to every route. Default:
indexRoute: path to the index route. Default:
injectHTML: passing this option as a String to the HTML serializer will include it in the response.
On record type field definitions:
inputOnly: on a record field definition, setting this property to true will mark it as an input only field. Combined with making the field non-enumerable, virtual inputs can be defined.
outputOnly: on a record field definition, setting this property to true will hide it from input.
The form serializers interpret a few special fields.
- All payloads must include cookie values, prefixed with
CSRF_to prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks.
- The special field
__method__may be used to override the method, which may be valued by any method that Fortune.js accepts.
By installing the development dependencies, one can run the test instance locally:
$ npm i && npm run demo
This software is licensed under the MIT license.