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Simple Body Parser

Parses input in either application/json or application/x-www-form-urlencoded content-types, returning it as an object.

Usage

Install with Yarn:

yarn add @tdmalone/simple-body-parser

Or with npm:

npm install @tdmalone/simple-body-parser

Then, pass strings and get an object back:

const parse = require( '@tdmalone/simple-body-parser' );

const body = '{"some":"data"}';
const data = parse( body, 'application/json' );

console.log( data );

Ideally, you'd use this while parsing input from some source where the content-type is provided as a header.

Tests

Coming soon via Jest. Runnable with yarn test.

License

MIT.

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