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"statuses" module is pretty easy to incorporate into your Node.js project. Here is a short guide on how to use it:
First, you need to install the package using npm. Run the following command in your terminal:
$ npm install statuses
var status = require('statuses')
The "statuses" function can be used to return the status message string for a known HTTP status code or the numeric status code for a known HTTP status message:
status(403) // Returns 'Forbidden' status('403') // Returns 'Forbidden' status('forbidden') // Returns 403 status('Forbidden') // Returns 403
"statuses" module provides several properties that can be helpful for handling HTTP statuses, for instance:
status['not found'] // Returns 404 status.empty // Returns true status.message // Returns 'Not Found' status.redirect // Returns true status.retry // Returns true
The documentation for the "statuses" package can be found within the readme file in its repository on GitHub. The repository's URL is git+https://github.com/jshttp/statuses.git. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the package, including installation instructions, API usage examples, and other useful information.