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...
I have researched the topic for hours on Google and books and I could only find very specific implementations. I'm struggling to write a simple Middleware class in node JS with only plain vanilla javascript (no additional module like async, co,.....
I'm having an issue with the domain module. Currently, I'm trying to catch any uncaught errors that are thrown in a request. Using an express middleware and domains. All requests are routed through this function before calling next and moving...
I have a sagas.js in containers/App/sagas.js which contains a login saga, I'm trying to call it from a login popup which also has its own sagas.js (components/LoginPopup/sagas.js) and tied the following solution together:  // containers/App/saga....
I'm working on an app which has to manage a large amount of data. In the init process several api calls must be done while the user sees a loading bar.  Here is my init action:  export function init(key) {    return (dispatch, getState) => {...
Given two middleware, how can you add something that would get hit first, then determine which of the middleware to pass the request onto. The request can only be dropped or forwarded to one of the middleware, never both.  app.use( function *(next) {...
I want to use one of the ExpressJS middleware in SailsJS application. Its the "express-limiter" module(which is a express middleware) for rate limiting an api using IP address. Normally in express we do:   app.use(limiter({ some parameters })...
I have a setup where I'm using browsersync (with gulp) to test html templates. Now I have a html template which has a link tag with a relative path: ../css/style.css.  The template is located in the subfolder /service/iframe.  I would like to use...
This is my code here..!  const express = require('express'); const app = express();  let myFunc = function (req, res, next) {     console.log('This is middleware');     next(); }  app.use(myFunc);  app.get('/', (req, res) =>...
I'm trying to wrap my head around the way koajs cascades by awaiting on "next()" before resuming request processing. As far as I can tell, "next" simply refers to the next sequential app.use() in the script.  Can someone more fami...

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