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JavaScript Node.js Basics 2017 Handling Errors in Node Organizing Your Code with require

Nick Ghys
Nick Ghys
8,918 Points

If the function was called getProfile and we do module.exports.get = getProfile, the API is still get. Explanation?

We would still do: users.forEach(profile.get); and not: users.forEach(profile.getProfile); why?

1 Answer

Tobias Edwards
Tobias Edwards
14,458 Points
module.exports.get = getProfile

We are assigning the getProfile function on the right to the get name on the left.