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Simple output to a browser from Node.js


Last updated on July 22, 2019

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Node.js Hello World

This template illustrates how to send a simple "Hello World" string from Node.js code to a browser using NodeRun.

The Node.js file hello.js is configured as an Express route:

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To get to this dialog, open the space in the IDE, right-click the file in the Files tree, and select Properties.

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