Explain Routing in Express.js?

Routing refers to how an application’s endpoints (URIs) respond to client requests. For an introduction to routing, learn more -(Express basic routing).

You define routing using methods of the Express app object that correspond to HTTP methods; for example, app.get() to handle GET requests and app.post to handle POST requests.

For a full list, see [app.METHOD].) , You can also use [app.all()]

To handle all HTTP methods and [app.use()]

To specify middleware as the callback function (See [Using middleware]) for details).