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Dave Degeatano2,267 Points
Why don't we use the `next` parameter in the callback functions for the router `put` and `delete` methods?
next in our GET and POST requests, and then call them in the callback functions but we don't do the same for the PUT and DELETE methods.
Zack LeeCourses Plus Student 17,650 Points
I'm fairly certain its because theres nothing to pass on after these action. PUT sends new data, and DELETE just removes data, therefore theres nothing returning to be passed on. This is just my thoughts on the issue, I'm not sure this is the actual case.