urlencoded limit nodejs

To limit the size of urlencoded data in Node.js, you can follow these steps:

  1. Require the 'express' module in your Node.js application. This module is commonly used for building web applications in Node.js.

  2. Create an instance of the express application by calling the 'express()' function. This will create a new Express application object.

  3. Add middleware to the express application using the 'app.use()' function. Middleware functions in Express are functions that have access to the request and response objects, and can modify them or perform additional tasks. In this case, we want to add the 'express.urlencoded()' middleware.

  4. Configure the 'urlencoded' middleware to limit the size of the urlencoded data. You can do this by passing an options object to the 'express.urlencoded()' function. Set the 'limit' property of the options object to the desired size limit in bytes.

  5. Define your routes and handle the incoming requests using the express application object.

By following these steps, you will be able to limit the size of urlencoded data in your Node.js application.