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node-react-ecommerce - Build ECommerce Website Like Amazon By React & Node & MongoDB

  •    Javascript

Welcome to my React and Node tutorial to build a fully-functional e-commerce website in 5 hours. Open your code editor and follow me for the next hours to build an e-commerce website using React and Node.JS. It gives you an overview of the tutorial to build an eCommerce website like Amazon.

express-busboy - A simple body-parser like module for express that uses connect-busboy under the hood

  •    Javascript

A simple body-parser like module for express that uses connect-busboy under the hood.It's designed to be more of a "drop in" replacement for body-parser. With it populating req.body, there is very minimal code change needed to use it.

body-parser-xml - XML parser middleware for express.js.

  •    Javascript

Adds XML parsing to the body-parser library, so you can convert incoming XML data into a JSON representation. This is really useful if you want to deal with plain old JavaScript objects, but you need to interface with XML APIs.

busboy-body-parser

  •    Javascript

Body parsing for multipart/form-data forms in Express. It will add regular fields to req.body as per body-parser but will also add uploaded files to req.files.




bodymen - Body parser middleware for MongoDB, Express and Nodejs (MEN)

  •    Javascript

Bodymen works similarly to Querymen and has almost the same functionality, expect it formats, validates and parses request body instead of querystrings. Refer to Querymen's readme to find out more. Bodymen allows you to define a schema to control the fields sent through the request body.

parsec - 🌌 Tiny body parser for Deno. Port of the milliparsec library.

  •    TypeScript

Tiny body parser for Deno. Port of the milliparsec library.

productivity-backend - Productivity Application - Backend

  •    Javascript

Just clone this repo and then do yarn install or npm install to install all the dependencies. After installing all the dependencies just run yarn start:production or npm run start:production and the server will start listening at the specified port.