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express-graphql - Create a GraphQL HTTP server with Express.

  •    Javascript

Create a GraphQL HTTP server with any HTTP web framework that supports connect styled middleware, including Connect itself, Express and Restify.Use .get or .post (or both) rather than .use to configure your route handler. If you want to show GraphiQL in the browser, set graphiql: true on your .get handler.

webpack-hot-middleware - Webpack hot reloading you can attach to your own server

  •    Javascript

Webpack hot reloading using only webpack-dev-middleware. This allows you to add hot reloading into an existing server without webpack-dev-server. This module is only concerned with the mechanisms to connect a browser client to a webpack server & receive updates. It will subscribe to changes from the server and execute those changes using webpack's HMR API. Actually making your application capable of using hot reloading to make seamless changes is out of scope, and usually handled by another library.




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.

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-hot-middleware - Webpack hot reloading you can attach to your own server

  •    Javascript

Webpack hot reloading using only webpack-dev-middleware. This allows you to add hot reloading into an existing server without webpack-dev-server. This module is only concerned with the mechanisms to connect a browser client to a webpack server & receive updates. It will subscribe to changes from the server and execute those changes using webpack's HMR API. Actually making your application capable of using hot reloading to make seamless changes is out of scope, and usually handled by another library.


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).

apicache - Simple API-caching middleware for Express/Node.

  •    Javascript

Because route-caching of simple data/responses should ALSO be simple. To use, simply inject the middleware (example: apicache.middleware('5 minutes', [optionalMiddlewareToggle])) into your routes. Everything else is automagic.

cookie-session - Simple cookie-based session middleware

  •    Javascript

Simple cookie-based session middleware. A user session can be stored in two main ways with cookies: on the server or on the client. This module stores the session data on the client within a cookie, while a module like express-session stores only a session identifier on the client within a cookie and stores the session data on the server, typically in a database.

serve-favicon - favicon serving middleware

  •    Javascript

Node.js middleware for serving a favicon. A favicon is a visual cue that client software, like browsers, use to identify a site. For an example and more information, please visit the Wikipedia article on favicons.

browserify-middleware - express middleware for browserify, done right

  •    Javascript

With the exception of serving up directories (which requires req.path from express) everything is entirely framework independent. Simply pass in req res, and a callback that will only be called in the event of an error. If you think I've missed something, be sure to open an issue or submit a pull request.

express-rate-limit - Basic rate-limiting middleware for express

  •    Javascript

Basic rate-limiting middleware for Express. Use to limit repeated requests to public APIs and/or endpoints such as password reset. Note: this module does not share state with other processes/servers by default. If you need a more robust solution, I recommend using an addon store or trying out one of the excelent competing options.

ts-express-decorators - :triangular_ruler: A TypeScript Framework on top of Express

  •    TypeScript

Ts.ED is a framework on top of Express to write your application with TypeScript (or in ES6). It provides a lot of decorators to write your code. Important! TsExpressDecorators requires Node >= 6, Express >= 4, TypeScript >= 2.0 and the experimentalDecorators, emitDecoratorMetadata, types and lib compilation options in your tsconfig.json file.