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    Up Files

    Library to autoload files using some configurable path.

    Version: 1.2.0

    Basic features

    1. AutoLoad
    • UpFiles(options)
    • include(arquivo)
    • then(arquivo)
    • exec()

    Using upfiles

    Default

    upfiles({
        cwd: process.cwd(),
        locale: 'pt-br',
        extensions: ['.js','.json', '.node']
    });

    Getting Started

    var upfiles = require('upfiles')({cwd: 'path'});
    upfiles.include('file1.js')
        .then('file2.js')
        .exec();
    console.log(upfiles.into); //Return data files in objects

    OR

    var upfiles = require('upfiles');
    var dataFiles = upfiles()
                    .include('folder1')
                    .then('folder2')
                    .exec();
    console.log(dataFiles); //Return data files in objects

    OR

    const app = require(express)();
    var upfiles = require('upfiles');
    var dataFiles = upfiles()
                    .include('folder1')
                    .then('folder2')
                    .exec(app); //Concat functions express with dataFiles
    console.log(dataFiles); //Return data files in objects

    Note

    All imported files must have u like module.exports

    Example:

    //object.js

    exports.object = {name: "upfiles"};
     
    OR
     
    var object = {name: "upfiles"};
    module.exports = object;
     

    //function.js

    exports.func1 = function(){
        return this;
    };
     
    OR
     
    function func1(){
        return this;
    };
    module.exports = func1;
     

    Install

    $ npm install upfiles --save
     

    install

    npm i upfiles

    Downloadsweekly downloads

    13

    version

    1.2.0

    license

    MIT

    repository

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