I'm a node.js developer who creates web apps using express.js. By now, my problem is:  Whenever I create an app on my computer, npm install its stuff and run it (with node app.js and nodemon) I get this message in the console:  connect.multipart(...
I'm building a Node.js app with Connect/Express.js and I want to intercept the  res.render(view, option) function to run some code before forwarding it on to the original render function.  app.get('/someUrl', function(req, res) {      res...
I'm using a Node.js server and I'm developing with the Connect framework. I'm trying to regenerate SIDs after a given interval to avoid session fixation. There's a method called req.session.regenerate which, according to the docs, sho...
I'm implementing cache for static serving middleware for Express.js, which works as follows — when request comes, middleware first tries to serve file from filesystem, and if there is none, file is fetched from upstream and stored in file syste...
I spent a while trying to diagnose this error.  First I had created a subclass of EventEmitter  File Client.js  var bindToProcess = function(fct) {   if (fct && process.domain) {     return process.domain.bind(fct)   }   return fct };  functi...
I am attempting to pass my ENV variable of my stripe publishable key to the stripe.js file for Connect.  Dotenv gem:  gem 'dotenv-rails', groups: [:development, :test, :production]   I added it to my dotenv gem .env file:  STRIPE_PUBLISHABLE_...
I have a problem with this little program:  var http = require("http"); var request = http.request({     hostname: "localhost",     port: 8000,     path: "/",     method: "GET" }, function(response) {     var statusCod...
I would like to achieve something like this:  var c = require('connect'); var app = c();  app.use("/api", function(req, res, next){     console.log("request filter 1");     next(); });  app.use("/api", function(req, re...
I'm trying to use grunt connect and livereload to configure a base url. Everything works correctly now but my urls are being served like this: http://0.0.0.0:8000/index.html  And I would like them like this: http://0.0.0.0:8000/**newbase**/index....
It seems that if I want to move to a "next" function in Nodejs (and possibly Javascript in general?) I cannot pass parameters to the next function.  Here is what I mean:  app.get('/webpage', SomeFunction, NextFunction);  function Some...

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