KeystoneJS

KeystoneJS

KeystoneJS is an open source JavaScript & Node.js framework that make build database-driven websites and web applications. Under the hood, KeystoneJS uses the express.js web server framework, and a MongoDB database via the mongoose object modelling framework.

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NestJS
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NestJS

NestJS is a free and open source JavaScript framework for building scalable Node.js web applications. The framework uses modern JavaScript and is built with TypeScript. NestJS is utilizing a multi paradigm model including Object Oriented Programming, Functional Programming and Functional Reactive Programming.

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Node.js
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Asynchronous

With NestJS asynchronous provider it's easy to perform asynchronous tasks.

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Modularity

Similar to Angular, NestJS uses Dependency Injection which encourage the use of modules. That pushes developers into writing modular and reusable components that can be used for multiple purposes. Which keeps your codebase neat, structured and tidy.

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Hapi
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Hapi

Build powerful, scalable applications, with minimal overhead and full out-of-the-box functionality with Hapi. It's a free and open-source JavaScript framework for Node.js that is developed for enterprise-grade applications. Companies like Walmart, Brave and Condé Nast build web-services with Hapi and rely on it at scale.

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AdonisJS
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AdonisJS

AdonisJS is a Node.js web framework designed for building micro-services with JavaScript and Typescript. The framework provides an elegant syntax and and the tools that gives developers the confidence to build structured projects at scale. AdonisJS also includes its own ORM called Lucid, which is an implementation of Active Record, written in JavaScript. The framework will make anyone coming from Laravel or Ruby on Rails to feel right at home in the JavaScript eco-system.

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Solid project structure

AdonisJS provides a sane project structure where each file has it's place. This structure allow me to focus on building my application, rather than structuring it.

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AdonisJS provides easy yet powerful validation rules

Validation and sanitization is an important part of creating a secure application that generates correct data according to its models. With AdonisJS it's simple to validate and sanitize data from the incoming requests both manually and at the route level.

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Small community with limited resources

The AdonisJS community is extremely helpful but lack in numbers and available resources, such as tutorials, guides and courses.

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Express.js
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Express.js

Express.js is a free and open-source web application framework for Node.js, released as free and open-source software under the MIT License. Express is designed for building fast web applications and APIs. In the Node.js community the Express framework is seen as the defacto standard when it comes to building such applications. The philosophy of the framework is to provide a small and robust toolset for building HTTP servers with JavaScript and Node.js. Express does not force you to use any specific database, ORM or templating language, as it leaves that up to you as a developer, to maximize freedom and choice. Express.js is used by companies and hobby developers alike to build single page JavaScript applications, websites, hybrids and public HTTP APIs.

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Meteor
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Meteor

With Meteor you can build web, mobile and desktop apps quickly. Meteor is a free and open-source JavaScript framework that is designed to provide developers with the necessities to build applications by writing less code. Over half a million developers around the globe has chosen Meteor as their go-to framework for building scalable JavaScript applications.

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Koa
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Koa

Koa is a free and open-source, expressive HTTP middleware framework for Node.js. Koa provides a great developer experience that makes writing web applications and APIs more enjoyable. Koa's middleware stack flows in a stack-like manner, allowing you to perform actions downstream then filter and manipulate the response upstream. Only methods that are common to nearly all HTTP servers are integrated directly into Koa's small codebase. This includes things like content negotiation, normalization of node inconsistencies, redirection, and a few others.

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Sails.js
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Sails.js

Sails.js is a JavaScript framework that makes it easy to build custom, enterprise-grade Node.js apps. It is designed to resemble the MVC architecture from frameworks like Ruby on Rails, but with support for the more modern, data-oriented style of web app development. The framework is suited for building applications with realtime features.

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LoopBack
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LoopBack

A highly extensible Node.js and TypeScript framework for building APIs and microservices.

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