Getting started with Node - Part 3: Advanced Routing

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In part 2 of this series, we learning some very basic routing; storing our routes in JSON, and comparing the requested URL against it. This is great, and works for very basic applications, but what if we want to store parameters in the route? You know, something like, "/news/123" -- 123 being the ID.