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koa-webpack-middleware - webpack dev&hot middleware for koa2

  •    Javascript

webpack-dev-middleware for koa2 with HMR(hot module replacement) supports. See example/ for an example of usage.

koa2-api-boilerplate - Boilerplate for building APIs with koa2.

  •    Javascript

Boilerplate for building APIs with koa2 and mongodb. This project covers basic necessities of most APIs.

koa-rest-api-boilerplate - 💯 Boilerplate for Node

  •    Javascript

Koa REST API Boilerplate is a highly opinionated boilerplate template for building RESTful API application with Koa. This project follows the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct.

koa-simple-ratelimit - Simple rate limiter for Koa.js v2 web framework

  •    Javascript

Rate limiter middleware for koa v2. Differs from koa-ratelimit by not depending on ratelimiter and using redis ttl (time to live) to handle expiration time remaining. This creates only one entry in redis instead of the three that node-ratelimiter does.

koa-hbs - Handlebars templates for Koa.js

  •    Javascript

After a template has been rendered, the template function is cached. #render accepts two arguments - the template to render, and an object containing local variables to be inserted into the template. The result is assigned to Koa's this.response.body. The plan for koa-hbs is to offer identical functionality as express-hbs (eventaully). These options are supported now.

csrf - CSRF tokens for koa

  •    Javascript

CSRF tokens for Koa >= 2.x (next). For Koa < 2.x (next) see the 2.x branch.

koa-orm - koa orm using sequelize & squel

  •    Javascript

koa-orm using sequelize & squel. To use koa-orm with koa@1, please use koa-orm 1.x.

koa-mobx-react-starter - A straightforward starter for Node javascript web projects

  •    Javascript

Along with aiming to use the bleeding-edge of JavaScript (within reason- and all thanks to Babel), this repository represents a choice of frameworks and libraries I think work well together for an enjoyable NodeJS and frontend coding experience. Before deployment to a production server, your code should always be built first- so that the default npm start can be used to spin up quickly.