8 examples of 'app.use(bodyparser.json())' in JavaScript

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12use(req: Request, res: Response, next: NextFunction) {
13 bodyParser.json(this.options)(req, res, next);
14}
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5export function bodyJson() {
6 return json();
7}
36use(req: Request, res: Response, next: NextFunction) {
37 bodyParser.text(this.options)(req, res, next);
38}
14function body (json) {
15 var result = {};
16
17 result.list = json;
18
19 result.list = _.map(result.list, function (item) {
20 item.exclude = _.indexOf(obj.excludeValues, item.id) !== -1;
21
22 return item;
23 });
24
25 return templateService.get("grails-admin-list", result);
26}
8function jsonBody(req, res, opts, callback) {
9 var args = parseArguments(req, res, opts, callback)
10 req = args.req
11 res = args.res
12 opts = args.opts
13 callback = args.callback
14
15 if (!callback) {
16 return jsonBody.bind(null, req, res, opts)
17 }
18
19 var parse = opts.JSON ? opts.JSON.parse : jsonParse
20 var reviver = opts.reviver || null
21
22 body(req, res, opts, function (err, body) {
23 if (err) {
24 return callback(err)
25 }
26
27 parse(body, reviver, callback)
28 })
29}
316export function json<R, E, O>(
317 req: T.Effect<R & RequestEnv, HttpError<E>, Response<O>>
318): T.Effect<R & HttpEnv, HttpError<E>, Response<O>> {
319 return T.provideR((r: R & HttpEnv) => ({ ...r, ...jsonDeserializer }))(req);
320}
87public json() {
88 return { foo: 1 };
89}
31json(body) {
32 this.request = this.request
33 .send(body)
34 .type('json')
35 .accept('json')
36 .then((resp) => {
37 if (resp.ok) {
38 return resp.body;
39 }
40
41 throw new FetchError(resp.statusText, resp);
42 }, (error) => {
43 if (error.status === 401) {
44 SessionActions.logout(SessionStore.getSessionId());
45 }
46
47 throw new FetchError(error.statusText, error);
48 });
49
50 return this;
51}

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