epilogue - Create flexible REST endpoints and controllers from Sequelize models in your Express app

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Create flexible REST endpoints and controllers from Sequelize models in your Express or Restify app. Of course it's likely that we'll want more flexibility. Our users resource has properties for each of the controller actions. Controller actions in turn have hooks for setting and overriding behavior at each step of the request. We have these milestones to work with: start, auth, fetch, data, write, send, and complete.

https://github.com/dchester/epilogue

Dependencies:

bluebird : ^3.0.0
inflection : ^1.7.1
lodash : ^4.8.2

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