I’m trying to make a basic multiplayer game with Socket.IO, p5.js and NodeJS, hosting it on Replit.
I want to be able to set a single cookie, and read that single cookie with each request made to the nodejs server instance. Can it be done in a few lines of code, without the need to pull in a third party lib?
i installed http-server with npm globally but still I get “command not found”
I’m trying to run a basic http-server to test out some html files and I keep running into the same error.
I’m trying to implement a simple HTTP endpoint for an application written in node.js. I’ve created the HTTP server, but now I’m stuck on reading the request content body:
I try to increment a port number based on 8000 if the port is busy with
EADDRINUSE, and I thought it’s as easy as the below:
Let’s say I have the following filesystem structure:
I’ve just started on node.js and ran through http://nodebeginner.org/index.html. Great start tutorial but I really want to know is it possible to make both request and response ‘global’ so any module loaded for the current incoming request can access these… rather than injecting.
I’m using the npm package “http-server” (https://www.npmjs.com/package/http-server) to set up a simple webserver, but I cannot get it to use SSL. My command in package.json is
I have created a TCP server using Node.js which listens to clients connections.
I need to transmit data from TCP server to HTTP server again in Node.js possibly through a Websocket (socket.io).