var express = require("express"); function runkitExpress(anExport) { var mount = express(); var app = express(); // "mount" is our root app, and it mounts "app" at your notebook path // which is available in the RUNKIT_MOUNT_PATH environment variable mount.use(process.env.RUNKIT_MOUNT_PATH || "", app); if (anExport) { anExport.endpoint = mount; } // overwrite .listen since it is not needed app.listen = function(){} // return the express instance for use by the caller return app; } module.exports = runkitExpress
Use this helper to quickly return a RunKit Endpoint compatible express app, in place of calling express directly. Here's an example use:


  • posted 2 months ago by araid-en10
    Yup yo suck
  • posted 2 months ago by romeo27091985
    { "error": "invalid_server", "message": "The requested document does not export an 'endpoint' function. Read more about endpoint:" }

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