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webpack-dev-middleware - A development middleware for webpack

  •    Javascript

An express-style development middleware for use with webpack bundles and allows for serving of the files emitted from webpack. This should be used for development only.Note: We do not recommend installing this module globally.

redux-little-router - A tiny router for Redux that lets the URL do the talking.

  •    Javascript

redux-little-router is a tiny router for Redux applications that lets the URL do the talking.While the core router does not depend on any view library, it provides flexible React bindings and components.




node_acl - Access control lists for node applications

  •    Javascript

This module provides a minimalistic ACL implementation inspired by Zend_ACL.When you develop a web site or application you will soon notice that sessions are not enough to protect all the available resources. Avoiding that malicious users access other users content proves a much more complicated task than anticipated. ACL can solve this problem in a flexible and elegant way.

connect - Connect is a middleware layer for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Connect is an extensible HTTP server framework for node using "plugins" known as middleware. Connect is a simple framework to glue together various "middleware" to handle requests.

express-status-monitor - 🚀 Realtime Monitoring solution for Node

  •    Javascript

Simple, self-hosted module based on Socket.io and Chart.js to report realtime server metrics for Express-based node servers. Monitor can be configured by passing options object into expressMonitor constructor.

express-gateway - A microservices API Gateway built on top of ExpressJS

  •    Javascript

Express Gateway is an API Gateway that sits at the heart of any microservices architecture, regardless of what language or platform you're using. Express Gateway secures your microservices and exposes them through APIs using Node.js, ExpressJS and Express middleware. Developing microservices, orchestrating and managing them now can be done insanely fast all on one seamless platform without having to introduce additional infrastructure. Express Gateway is commerically supported LunchBadger. For more information about support plans please contact info@express-gateway.io.


koa-router - Router middleware for koa.

  •    Javascript

Create a new router. Create router.verb() methods, where verb is one of the HTTP verbs such as router.get() or router.post().

jwt - Koa middleware for validating JSON Web Tokens

  •    Javascript

This module lets you authenticate HTTP requests using JSON Web Tokens in your Koa (node.js) applications. See this article for a good introduction.

catberry - Catberry is an isomorphic framework for building universal front-end apps using components, Flux architecture and progressive rendering

  •    Javascript

Catberry was developed to help create "isomorphic/Universal" Web applications. Long story short, isomorphic/universal applications are apps that use the same codebase on both the server and client environments to render what the client would see as a "Single Page Application".

webpack-serve - A lean, modern, and flexible webpack development server

  •    Javascript

This module requires a minimum of Node.js v6.9.0 and Webpack v4.0.0. Because this module leverages native WebSockets via webpack-hot-client, the browser support for this module is limited to only those browsers which support native WebSocket. That typically means the last two major versions of a particular browser. You may view a table of compatible browsers here.

body-parser - Node.js body parsing middleware

  •    Javascript

Node.js body parsing middleware. Parse incoming request bodies in a middleware before your handlers, available under the req.body property.

compression - Node.js compression middleware

  •    Javascript

Node.js compression middleware. Returns the compression middleware using the given options. The middleware will attempt to compress response bodies for all request that traverse through the middleware, based on the given options.

cookie-parser - Parse HTTP request cookies

  •    Javascript

Parse Cookie header and populate req.cookies with an object keyed by the cookie names. Optionally you may enable signed cookie support by passing a secret string, which assigns req.secret so it may be used by other middleware. Parse a cookie value as a JSON cookie. This will return the parsed JSON value if it was a JSON cookie, otherwise it will return the passed value.

cors - Node.js CORS middleware

  •    Javascript

CORS is a node.js package for providing a Connect/Express middleware that can be used to enable CORS with various options. For details on the effect of each CORS header, read this article on HTML5 Rocks.

csurf - CSRF token middleware

  •    Javascript

Node.js CSRF protection middleware. Requires either a session middleware or cookie-parser to be initialized first.

morgan - HTTP request logger middleware for node.js

  •    Javascript

Named after Dexter, a show you should not watch until completion. Create a new morgan logger middleware function using the given format and options. The format argument may be a string of a predefined name (see below for the names), a string of a format string, or a function that will produce a log entry.

multer - Node.js middleware for handling `multipart/form-data`.

  •    Javascript

Multer is a node.js middleware for handling multipart/form-data, which is primarily used for uploading files. It is written on top of busboy for maximum efficiency. NOTE: Multer will not process any form which is not multipart (multipart/form-data).

serve-static - Serve static files

  •    Javascript

Create a new middleware function to serve files from within a given root directory. The file to serve will be determined by combining req.url with the provided root directory. When a file is not found, instead of sending a 404 response, this module will instead call next() to move on to the next middleware, allowing for stacking and fall-backs. Enable or disable accepting ranged requests, defaults to true. Disabling this will not send Accept-Ranges and ignore the contents of the Range request header.