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Static Middleware

Static middleware can be used to serve static files from the provided root directory.

Usage

e := echo.New()
e.Use(middleware.Static("/static"))

This serves static files from static directory. For example, a request to /js/main.js will fetch and serve static/js/main.js file.

Custom Configuration

Usage

e := echo.New()
e.Use(middleware.StaticWithConfig(middleware.StaticConfig{
  Root:   "static",
  Browse: true,
}))

This serves static files from static directory and enables directory browsing.

Configuration

StaticConfig struct {
  // Skipper defines a function to skip middleware.
  Skipper Skipper

  // Root directory from where the static content is served.
  // Required.
  Root string `json:"root"`

  // Index file for serving a directory.
  // Optional. Default value "index.html".
  Index string `json:"index"`

  // Enable HTML5 mode by forwarding all not-found requests to root so that
  // SPA (single-page application) can handle the routing.
  // Optional. Default value false.
  HTML5 bool `json:"html5"`

  // Enable directory browsing.
  // Optional. Default value false.
  Browse bool `json:"browse"`
}

Default Configuration

DefaultStaticConfig = StaticConfig{
  Skipper: DefaultSkipper,
  Index:   "index.html",
}