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    html-express

    1.0.7 • Public • Published

    How to install

    npm i html-express
    

    OR

    yarn add html-express
    

    How to use

    1. Import the client function

    const { client } = require("html-express")
    

    2. Run it

    client()
    

    The client function takes an argument. An object with the next properties:

    • htmlPath - a string with the path of the directory where you find the index.html file, the default is "build" and you don't have to change it if the build directory is in the same folder with the js, where you call the function

    • port - a number which indicates the port where your server will run, the default is process.env.PORT or 3000

    • routers - other routers that you may want to add, especially for backend

    Reqs property

    If you want to combine the backend and frontend in only one server, you can use the routers property. It is an array of objects which take 2 properties:

    • path - the path of the router. ex: /api

    • router - the router that you want to attribute to the path. ex: require("./router")

    Practical example

    const { client } = require("html-express")
    
    client({
      port: 8000,
      htmlPath: "dist",
      routers: [{
        path: "/api",
        router: require("router")
      }]
    })
    

    Run the server with node [path]/[file name] and check on the browser the url displayed on the console.

    If you used the upper code the url should be: http://localhost:8000

    Made by Marius Atasiei

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