Router for a moped application

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import mopedRouter from '';



Router for a moped application

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npm install moped-router


moped-router can be used as a standalone router. It can handle being given any aribrary Object with a "path" property, which will be treated as the moped request.


var MopedRouter = require('moped-router');
var app = new MopedRouter();

app.get('/user/:id', function (req) {
  return db.users.find({_id:});

var carApp = new MopedRouter();
var cars = {
  volvo: {color: 'red', size: 'big'},
  bmw: {color: 'black', size: 'small'}
carApp.get('/color', function (req) {
  return cars[].color;
carApp.get('/size', function (req) {
  return cars[].size;
app.use('/car/:car', carApp);

app.handle({method: 'get', path: '/car/volvo/color'}).then(function (res) {
  assert(res == 'red');

module.exports = app;


app.use(path?, subapp)

app.use lets you mount sub-applications. You may provide an optional base-path for the sub-application (which defaults to /). This path is a string, and does not get pattern matching like other paths.

app.METHOD(path, handlers...)

Register a handler that is called for each request that has the given METHOD and path (using express style path matching). These can be made asynchronous by returning promises.

app.all(path, handlers...)

Just like app.METHOD(path, handlers...) except for it targets every method.

app.handle(request, ...)

Handle a request and get a promise for the results

Moped Extensions / Changes

Moped provides a .run method that behaves differently depending on whether it is on the client or the server. It also passes in req and res with some helpful methods and properties.