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koa-compose 4.1.0

compose Koa middleware
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22 May 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does koa-compose do?

Koa-compose is a beneficial JavaScript tool essential for composing middleware in Koa web framework. The primary functionality of this npm package is to create a middleware sequence for your web application, combining multiple middleware functions into one. This simplifies the management of middleware, allowing developers to chain their middleware into one unified function stack.

How do you use koa-compose?

Incorporating koa-compose into your projects is straightforward. Start by installing the npm koa-compose package using npm install koa-compose. Once the package is installed, you can start composing your middleware. Follow the simple example below for a basic understanding of how to use koa-compose.

const Koa = require('koa');
const compose = require('koa-compose');

const app = new Koa();

const middlewareOne = async (ctx, next) => {
  // middleware logic goes here
  await next();
};

const middlewareTwo = async (ctx, next) => {
  // middleware logic goes here
  await next();
};

app.use(
  compose([
    middlewareOne,
    middlewareTwo,
    // you can add more middleware functions here
  ])
);

app.listen(3000);

app.use leverages koa-compose's compose function to bundle the multiple middleware functions (in this case, middlewareOne and middlewareTwo) into a single function. This makes managing middleware much easier and organized.

Where are the koa-compose docs?

The official documentation for koa-compose is located on its GitHub page. The page provides detailed instructions for installation and usage. As it's a GitHub page, you'll also be able to access source code, observe any open issues, make contributions, and be updated with the latest changes or improvements.