resourced - A resource-oriented DSL for configuring koa.

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A resource-oriented DSL for configuring koa. Note that koa-router is also required and that it, and any other middleware, must be installed before resourced.

https://github.com/colin-jack/resourced

Dependencies:

koa : *
koa-bodyparser : *
koa-logger : *
koa-router : *
q : ^2.0.2
require-namespace : ^0.3.41
rules : 0.6.45
underscore : *
winston : *
valid-url : *

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