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BodyParser in Express

By : Matt M.
Date : July 30 2020, 01:00 PM
will help you Both bodyParser.json() and bodyParser.urlencoded({extended:false}) return a middleware function that is of the right form to be installed as middleware in Express.
This middleware checks the content-type of each request that it sees and if the content matches what it is configured for, then it reads the body of the response from the incoming http stream and parses it based on the content-type. The parsed results are then put in the req.body property for later request handlers to access.
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Using express.json instead of express.bodyparser

By : douglaz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . Your approach is fine, since you are potentially reducing the attack area on your app. But, I'm not sure there's any evidence that using bodyParser (which would allow some malformed JSON, as well as url-encoded and multipart-form encoded data as well) would be any meaningful risk.
You can see exactly what strict: true means here:
code :
if (strict && '{' != buf[0] && '[' != buf[0]) return next(utils.error(400, 'invalid json'));

use express.bodyParser() and passport.js

By : Gediminas Puksmys
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I'm working on a node server using express.js and passport.js. I'm in a condition, in which I don't want to use the express.bodyParser() before app.use(passport.initialize()) and app.use(passport.session()). If I do a app.use(express.bodyParser()) after the two passport middleware functions, they kind of mess up the req-stream and the bodyParser does not work anymore. , auth.js
code :
var passport = require('passport');
var express = require('express');
function isAuthenticated(req, res, next) {
module.exports = [
app.post(route, require('./auth'), controller);

How to collect data from a form with named inputs using Express (already using bodyParser/express.json)

By : Randell Cox
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I'm guessing forms work by encoding data into the body of a packet sent with a post request. I guess this is what's URL encoded refers to. This differs from a JSON request. I have little experience in transmitting and requesting JSON. I just know that it's different from a JSON request/response.
So, switching express.json() to express.urlencoded() gave me my data at the /store-schedule route of the server.
code :
// app.use(express.json()); Doesn't work.
app.use(express.urlencoded()); // Works

Is it the same to use express.json than bodyParser?

By : user3669793
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do They essentially do the same thing. When Express 4.0 was released, they removed some of the middleware that used to come with express (e.g express.json). This meant we needed to get our own Json parsing middleware - bodyparser, allowing us to then use app.use(bodyParser.json()) instead of the old/built-in app.use(express.json()) that would no longer work.
As these patch notes for Express 4.1.16 (2nd bullet) shows, they added back in so that express now has that functionality again. You could now use either. I believe both ways (body-parser.json() and express.json()) should function identically if you have the newest version of Node.

Express bodyParser

By : Kat
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . BodyParser is no longer being used widely due to security exploits with it. It is now integrated in Express itself. Don't use it.
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