I'm curious if anyone could provide some insight on the best way to abstract an API built with Node.js + Restify + Mongoose. After coming from an MVC / PHP background, it's interesting to find that there's not string/defined structure for...
I have a below Restify custom error that is being thrown to my catch block of BlueBird Promise.  var test = function() {   respObject = { hello: { world: 'aasas' } };    throw new restify.errors.ServiceError(respObject, 422); }   Then in Serv...
Coming from python world, we heavily used tastypie or Django-Rest-framework to create Rest API.  Reading through Convincing the boss from Felix Geisendörfer, i noted the following statement:     Building light-weight REST / JSON api's is someth...
I am trying use restify to serve all paths that don't begin with /api from a directory containing static files.  var restify = require('restify');  var server = restify.createServer();...
So, i'm doing sort with priority that already solved on my previous post: Elastic - Sorting value with priority  But i found the new problem, when i want to filter data with specified field, the query sort of timeInt doesn't work anymore  I&#...
Okay, here it goes, am using node.js with sequalize.js as ORM for my application. there is an api endpoint called maxEntry which returns the latest entry sorted by "pubDate". However, the entry being returned from my app is not the latest one...
I have a server side API written in Java that provides all the dynamic data for my web application. I am writing a new front end with Ember.js. I want to create a new back end using Javascript that uses the old API for dynamic data. Basically middlew...
I've seen examples of Restify where all the endpoints are located on the root: /users, /data, etc. I know it's possible to implement nesting like so:  server.get('/users/:user/data/:id', returnData);   and the req.params variable will...
Good day, I would like to know the bug behind my code,  so first I have this db.js code:  /** check if may fb_id */ module.exports.checkfbid =     async(model, query) => {         return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {             if (!query...
I have a middleware class like this  // code.js function validation(req, res, next) {     if (validationLogic(req)) {         res.send(400);         return next(false);     }     return next(); }  // code.test.js describe('validation', () =&g...

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