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Get rid of 404 (Not Found) for favicon.ico in browser test automation using conn...

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connect-block-favicon

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Middleware for Connect or Express to silence browser requests for favicon.ico with no content. Useful when serving web project files from a local web server for development or test automation purposes.

  • No need for storing a favicon.ico file in the root of your project.
  • Both Connect and Express HTTP server frameworks supported.
  • No other dependencies.

If you develop or test a web application and your console is polluted by the following message, when the browser tries accessing /favicon.ico , using this middleware will help you to get rid of it:

Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found)

Table of Contents

Synopsis

const connect = require('connect')
const blockFavicon = require('connect-block-favicon')
const serveStatic = require('serve-static')

connect()
  .use(blockFavicon())
  .use(serveStatic('.', { etag: false }))
  .listen(9876, () => console.log('Serving on the port', 9876))

Installation

This module can be installed in your project using NPM or Yarn . Make sure, that you use Node.js version 6 or newer.

npm i connect-block-favicon --save
yarn add connect-block-favicon

Getting Started

The main module exports a factory, which returns a request handler. The request handler is a middleware (plugin function) compatible with both Connect and Express HTTP server frameworks. The factory is function returning the request handler.

const connect = require('connect')
// Load the block-favicon middleware factory.
const blockFavicon = require('connect-block-favicon')

const app = connect()
// Create a block-favicon middleware and pass it to the application server.
app.use(blockFavicon())

The request handler intercepts requests to /favicon.ico and "satisfies" them by serving no content (HTTP status 204) and a request to cache the response for one year.

Contributing

In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using Grunt.

Release History

  • 2019-01-01 v0.0.1 Initial release

License

Copyright (c) 2019 Ferdinand Prantl

Licensed under the MIT license.


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