The "withPipe" is a utility function that helps you pipe functions when handling API requests.

API Routes have several utilities that help you build your API endpoints, and save you from writing boilerplate code.

1. withPipe: piping functions when handling API requests

The withPipe function is used to pipe functions when handling API requests.

import { NextApiRequest,NextApiResponse } from "next"; import { withAuthedUser } from '~/core/middleware/with-authed-user'; import { withPipe } from '~/core/middleware/with-pipe'; import { withMethodsGuard } from '~/core/middleware/with-methods-guard'; import { withExceptionFilter } from '~/core/middleware/with-exception-filter'; export default function helloWorld( req: NextApiRequest, res: NextApiResponse ) { const handler = withPipe( withMethodsGuard(['GET']), withAuthedUser, (req, res) => { res.status(200).json({ message: 'Hello World!' }); } ); return withExceptionFilter(req, res)(handler); }

This helps you write the utility functions we will see next in a more readable way.

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