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  • node

    Node.js JavaScript runtime ✨🐢🚀✨

    I'm starting to learn nodejs in depth - not express, not nestjs, just raw and unfiltered nodejs and writing about my learnings would not only expose my knowledge gaps to a wider community who would be quick to call out on my errors, but also serve as a reference point if I was to forget such concepts later down the line. I think the mistake most developers make when transitioning into backend development with nodejs is to immediately pick up frameworks after a few lessons on creating a server or reading contents from a file which to be honest I don't view as such a horrible act, I mean here is a snippet on how to send a "hello world" message using both nodejs and express as a server

  • Nest

    A progressive Node.js framework for building efficient, scalable, and enterprise-grade server-side applications with TypeScript/JavaScript 🚀

    I'm starting to learn nodejs in depth - not express, not nestjs, just raw and unfiltered nodejs and writing about my learnings would not only expose my knowledge gaps to a wider community who would be quick to call out on my errors, but also serve as a reference point if I was to forget such concepts later down the line. I think the mistake most developers make when transitioning into backend development with nodejs is to immediately pick up frameworks after a few lessons on creating a server or reading contents from a file which to be honest I don't view as such a horrible act, I mean here is a snippet on how to send a "hello world" message using both nodejs and express as a server

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  • Express

    Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for node.

    I'm starting to learn nodejs in depth - not express, not nestjs, just raw and unfiltered nodejs and writing about my learnings would not only expose my knowledge gaps to a wider community who would be quick to call out on my errors, but also serve as a reference point if I was to forget such concepts later down the line. I think the mistake most developers make when transitioning into backend development with nodejs is to immediately pick up frameworks after a few lessons on creating a server or reading contents from a file which to be honest I don't view as such a horrible act, I mean here is a snippet on how to send a "hello world" message using both nodejs and express as a server

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