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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.
Alice provides a convenient way to chain your HTTP middleware functions and the app handler.None of the other middleware chaining solutions behaves exactly like Alice. Alice is as minimal as it gets: in essence, it's just a for loop that does the wrapping for you.
Negroni is an idiomatic approach to web middleware in Go. It is tiny, non-intrusive, and encourages use of net/http Handlers. If you like the idea of Martini, but you think it contains too much magic, then Negroni is a great fit. Negroni is not a framework. It is a middleware-focused library that is designed to work directly with net/http.
chi is a lightweight, idiomatic and composable router for building Go 1.7+ HTTP services. It's especially good at helping you write large REST API services that are kept maintainable as your project grows and changes. chi is built on the new context package introduced in Go 1.7 to handle signaling, cancelation and request-scoped values across a handler chain.
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.
Zan Proxy is an HTTP proxy server written in Node.js, which can be used to modify requests and mock reponse data. It is also a tool for custom DNS resolving and requests monitoring. The proxy server can be easily configured by a user-friendly interface. In addition, a mechanism is provided for developers to customize the behavior of the server. The website for management will be opened automatically.
Tesla is an HTTP client loosely based on Faraday. It embraces the concept of middleware when processing the request/response cycle. Note that this README refers to the master branch of Tesla, not the latest released version on Hex. See the documentation for the documentation of the version you're using.
Package gorilla/mux implements a request router and dispatcher for matching incoming requests to their respective handler. The name mux stands for "HTTP request multiplexer". Like the standard http.ServeMux, mux.Router matches incoming requests against a list of registered routes and calls a handler for the route that matches the URL or other conditions.
This is a tiny Go package which wraps HTTP handlers to transparently gzip the response body, for clients which support it. Although it's usually simpler to leave that to a reverse proxy (like nginx or Varnish), this package is useful when that's undesirable.The docs can be found at godoc.org, as usual.
A multipurpose, full-featured, middleware-oriented and hackable HTTP/S and WebSocket proxy with powerful built-in features such as versatile routing layer, traffic interceptor and replay to multiple backends, built-in balancer, traffic retry/backoff logic, hierarchical configuration, among others. Built for node.js/io.js.rocky can be fluently used programmatically or via command-line interface. It's framework agnostic, but you can optionally plug in with connect/express apps.
Glimpse is an experimental npm package that gives you in-depth insights about the client and server sides of your Node.js apps. More efficient debugging means faster development. Best of all, it’s free.Full details and documentation available at http://node.getglimpse.com.
a Faraday middleware that respects HTTP cache, by checking expiration and validation of the stored responses. The middleware accepts a store option for the cache backend responsible for recording the API responses that should be stored. Stores should respond to write, read and delete, just like an object from the ActiveSupport::Cache API.
Response time for Node.js servers. This module creates a middleware that records the response time for requests in HTTP servers. The "response time" is defined here as the elapsed time from when a request enters this middleware to when the headers are written out to the client.