Simple httpdispatcher for node.js
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Latest commit 9e2a140 Oct 30, 2017 @alberto-bottarini alberto-bottarini ready for 2.1.1

httpdispatcher - basic dispatcher for node.js

httpdispatcher is a simple class allows developer to have a clear dispatcher for dynamic pages and static resources. Classes http.ServerRequest and http.ServerResponse earns new params property containing a map of received HTTP parameters. Using httpdispatcher is pretty simple:

	var HttpDispatcher = require('../httpdispatcher');
	var http           = require('http');
	var dispatcher     = new HttpDispatcher();


	dispatcher.onGet("/page1", function(req, res) {
		res.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'});
		res.end('Page One');

	dispatcher.onPost("/page2", function(req, res) {
		res.writeHead(200, {'Content-Type': 'text/plain'});
		res.end('Page Two');

	dispatcher.beforeFilter(/\//, function(req, res, chain) { //any url
		console.log("Before filter");, res, chain);

	dispatcher.afterFilter(/\//, function(req, res, chain) { //any url
		console.log("After filter");, res, chain);

	dispatcher.onError(function(req, res) {

	http.createServer(function (req, res) {
		dispatcher.dispatch(req, res);
	}).listen(1337, '');
	GET  /page1  => 'Page One'
	POST /page2  => 'Page Two'
	GET  /page3  => 404
	GET  /resources/images-that-exists.png => Image resource
	GET  /resources/images-that-does-not-exists.png => 404