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Now that you’ve learned about nested route matching, let’s refactor the rest of the /expressions routes into expressions.js.

Instructions

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Move all your /expressions routes to your router into expressions.js. Make sure that they still match the same request paths, and remove the duplicate code from app.js.

Move the following routes to expresions.js:

  • GET /expressions/:id
  • PUT /expressions/:id
  • POST /expressions
  • DELETE /expressions/:id

Remember to change the paths for each route handler as you move them, as they should already be mounted at /expressions inside expressions.js.

Make sure that you still require the same helper functions from utils.js in expressions.js.

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