:page_facing_up: A simple router for the browser in javascript

pagex πŸ“„ A simple router for the browser in Javascript. It works with RegExp and Paths: pagex(path, [negate], callback, [pathname]); // Call a function if the current page is exactly `/users` pagex('/users', () =&gt

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