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    Ayden
    @WeeHong
    Hi everyone,
    Should I write a test case to check my application is listening to the correct port?
    Kal Sze
    @ksze
    What's the point of doing both?
      app.use((req, res, next) => {
        compression()(req, res, next);
      });
    
      app.use(compression());
    Maxim
    @jamesmaxim:matrix.org
    [m]
    I have and nested object that i want the user to update through inputs but req.body only returns a 1 level nested array. How can i have req.body return the objects in the original form but the value supdated
    Great_Guy96
    @GreatGuy96

    Is there any way to use a dynamic route with an app (or router) .use?
    ex:

    router.use(`/:userid`, getHandler)

    When I do this, getHandler doesn't get req.params.userid.
    I could just get the url and manually interpret it, but it's a lot easier to use dynamic routes, and I just generally like not trying to do the work around way, seeing as there's usually more bugs when I try to do that. Thanks!

    yellow-net
    @yellow-net
    Currently have a express.js API server setup with backend postgres. Setup using passport basic Auth. Now need to setup to use access token. Any recommendations on what tech to use?
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    @yellow-net check out jwt + crypto
    yellow-net
    @yellow-net
    @yosiasz been reading up a bit more. Understand the Oauth2 is the most secure?
    yellow-net
    @yellow-net
    How is it possible to install a let's encrypt cert on express.js with port 3000. When running installer certbot looking at port 80 instead of 3000, even if I add :3000 to the URL?
    yellow-net
    @yellow-net
    I have installed the cors package via nom and added the app. Added cors require and app.use(cors());. However when I test still says cors is not enabled?
    Kal Sze
    @ksze
    Does expressjs care about trailing / in routes?
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    @yellow-net please share your code of how you enabled it
    see this also
    http://expressjs.com/en/resources/middleware/cors.html#configuring-cors
    @ksze what prompts you to ask that question so we dont lead you to a hacky solution :smile:
    Kal Sze
    @ksze
    @yosiasz never mind. :D I had a bug report about my app and it turned out to be unrelated to trailing slash.
    However, now I have a question about app.listen().
    Am I to understand that app.listen() is async because it ultimately returns nodejs' built-in server.listen(), which is asynchronous?
    Abhay2132
    @Abhay2132
    Yup
    Lino Espinoza
    @cloudcatwannabe
    Hello, I just started to use expressjs to create a simply rest API for a university project and I stumble upon it here :)
    Alfredo Severo
    @portal7
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    Hello! Me too!, Recently started develop in ExpressJS, and i have a question.
    Is there any way to response JSON as XHR instead as Document? I Mean.
    This is the current response with res.json(myobj)
    image.png
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    bienvenidos. welcome @cloudcatwannabe @portal7
    Alfredo Severo
    @portal7
    Gracias @yosiasz !!! / U Welcome!
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    so which response type would xhr fall under. by you saying res.json that is a Document.
    https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/XMLHttpRequest/responseType
    Alfredo Severo
    @portal7
    following last link, then i guess that i could change the kind of the function to async in order to follow the specification?
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    yep
    Alfredo Severo
    @portal7
    ok I'll try
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    :pray:
    but not sure what your business case/requirements is that it requires xhr
    Alfredo Severo
    @portal7
    and I'll let you know how it was
    is not necessarily a requirement, just to mimic the original response that I try to replay
    after all, the content is the same.
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    :soccer:
    Alfredo Severo
    @portal7
    changed functions to async and implemented with await, but chromes still showing response type as Document
    Ghost
    @ghost~5c363bf4d73408ce4fb42605
    Are you still doing res.json?
    you need to read some more. https://expressjs.com/en/api.html#req.xhr
    just changing the functions to async is obviously not enough
    Santiago Miranda
    @santimirandarp
    Hi there...I've created an app with express-generator
    one of the root files is app.js, but there is also site.js
    but that file is almost empty...it's a file contemplating x509 certificates etc, any idea why it's there?
    Christian Garrovillo
    @cgarrovillo
    How does Express handle subprocesses? Would I cause any issues with the framework if I used the Node.JS modules directly?
    Wilbert Comicho
    @wcomicho_gitlab
    Hi,
    Anyone here tried IIS and NodeJS express with url rewrite? My problem is that the URL Rewrite is re-writing sites that are suppose to be redirected outside my local app.
    Suppose to be like this: res.redirect("external.com/somepath") but its returning "internal.com/somepath".
    da-source
    @da-source

    I'm passing a variable to my template renderer in ExpressJs like so:

    index.js
    app.get('/simple_view/', function(req, res, next){
    title='A TITLE';
    res.render('simple', {
    title: title
    });
    });
    I would like to access the title variable in a JS script on my template page, but I'm getting Uncaught ReferenceError: title is not defined error.

    simple,pug
    script.
    console.log(title);
    How can I solve this?

    Elle Burgess
    @develleoper
    does anybody know if 5.0 is ever slated for release? there's tracker issues claiming a series of "summer of this year" and "end of this year" estimates since 2019
    and i just really want to stop having to worry about manual async error handling 😥
    Caleb David
    @microworlds
    Hello all! :raised_hands: I am a noob. Are there any frameworks/resources for building Chrome extensions with Vue js using the latest Chrome manifest_version: 3? Thanks in advance. This framework: https://github.com/Kocal/vue-web-extension seems unmaintained and does not support manifest v3
    verlainek83
    @verlainek83

    hi everybody, i have this bug whan i want to start my app: Too many tables; MySQL can only use 61 tables in a join

    SequelizeDatabaseError: Too many tables; MySQL can only use 61 tables in a join
    at Query.formatError (/home/elodie/tfe/placetopark/node_modules/sequelize/lib/dialects/mysql/query.js:265:16)
    at Query.run (/home/elodie/tfe/placetopark/node_modules/sequelize/lib/dialects/mysql/query.js:77:18)
    at processTicksAndRejections (internal/process/task_queues.js:97:5).