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JavaScript Express Basics Parameters, Query Strings, and Modularizing Routes Modular Routes

Why didn't we declare a path for main route?


2 Answers

it defaults to index.js

Peter May
Peter May
16,376 Points

Andrew explains briefly that the default when declaring "const mainRoutes = require('./routes');"

express defaults to "index.js"