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Utility functions for media types (MIME types).

This API is inspired by the GoLang mime package and jshttp/mime-types, and is designed to integrate and improve the APIs from

The vendor folder contains copy of the jshttp/mime-db db.json file along with its license.


Used to construct an HTTP server.


Standard HTTP status codes.


Make an assertion that actual and expected are equal, deeply. If not deeply equal, then throw.

Make an assertion that actual is not null or undefined. If not then throw.

Determines the common path from a set of paths, using an optional separator, which defaults to the OS default separator.

Given an extension or media type, return a full Content-Type or Content-Disposition header value.

For a given media type, return the most relevant extension, or undefined if no extension can be found.

Returns the extensions known to be associated with the media type type. The returned extensions will each begin with a leading dot, as in .html.

Serializes the media type and the optional parameters as a media type conforming to RFC 2045 and RFC 2616.

Given a media type or header value, identify the encoding charset. If the charset cannot be determined, the function returns undefined.

Convert a glob string to a regular expression.

Test whether the given string is a glob

Like join(), but doesn't collapse "**/.." when globstar is true.

Like normalize(), but doesn't collapse "**/.." when globstar is true.

Parses the media type and any optional parameters, per RFC 1521. Media types are the values in Content-Type and Content-Disposition headers. On success the function returns a tuple where the first element is the media type and the second element is the optional parameters or undefined if there are none.


Converts a hash to a string with a given encoding.

Returns the media type associated with the file extension. Values are normalized to lower case and matched irrespective of a leading ..


Information about the connection a request arrived on.

A parsed path object generated by path.parse() or consumed by path.format().

Type Aliases

A handler for HTTP requests. Consumes a request and connection information and returns a response.