Distributable and configurable middleware stacks
Check out the examples!
Because configuring a default stack for many apps is hard. At the same time we need to allow configuration if necessary.
Pack 'n Stack allows an organization to setup default stacks for different types of applications and gives the freedom to applications to modify those stacks based on the app's needs.
.use([route], [name], handle)
Works similar to
connect.use except it takes a
name parameter for identifying middleware. If a
name is not passed, it defaults to
handle.name. Either must be present or an exception will be thrown.
.useBefore(name, [route], [handleName], handle)
handle before the middleware named
.useAfter(name, [route], [handleName], handle)
handle after the middleware named
Removes the middleware named
.replace(name, [handleName], handle)
Replaces the middleware named
Swap middleware functions by name
Move a middleware before another
Find index of middleware function by
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