node.js – How to reload the page in Express / nodejs

Question:

I created a new project with Express and Nodejs, where I defined a "/status" route. Each time this route is accessed, it must run a routine in the /routes/status.js script. Example: If I run an F5 in the browser with the address http://192.168.137.2:3000/status , I would have run /routes/status.js , but that doesn't happen.

I imagine this behavior is natural to Express. But how do I get it to run in the way I've described or any other way?

Answer:

Are you using some module to load your route, otherwise I indicate a consign one. You will install via npm

npm install --save consign

It will import in your application

var consign = require('consign');

Define where the routes will be

consign()
.include('app/routes')
.into(app)

And it will normally create its status.js file receiving

module.exports = function(app){
app.post('/status', function(req, res){
    //aqui vc direciona para sua view       
})

}

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