Turn any connect app into an Express-like router.
In the future, Express will be a Routification instance.
Unlike Express 3.0, each route is its own middleware.
You will probably see a very insigificant performance drop,
but there's no more implicit
app.use(app.router) you have to worry about.
Routification is built on path-to-regexp. If you have any issues with path matching, please open an issue in that repository instead.
Routification assumes you've
npm install connect yourself.
It does not rely on
app is an optional
options are passed to path-to-regexp.
var routify =var app =var app =var app =var app =
Verb can be any HTTP method supported by node.
delete is also aliased as
middleware should have a signature of
(req, res) or
(req, res, next).
Note: if the request method is
it will also match any
GET routes as well.
HEAD and not
app.head() before any
Will match any request with the given path or regexp.
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