Meteor – As proclaimed by the platform, Meteor is an open source framework that is compatible in web, mobile (both iOS and Android) and desktop.Many international companies like Mazda and Qualcomm use Meteor and rightly so – there is integration with Mongo, Vue, Angular; build applications for multiple devices; lightweight and integration of technologies. Yet the best feature of Meteor is its thriving community support that addresses developer questions on forums and hosts events.
Koa – Koa is a next generation framework designed by the people at Express with the mandate of providing a robust and lithe framework to build apps. It does away with complex code and instead incorporates an array of middleware functions that are executed in a progressive manner. Therefore, it ensures interoperability while making coding hassle-free for developers. Because it has a small footprint – meaning that it produces greater output with less input, developers would surely be enthralled working with it.
Socket.io–This framework is primarily used by clients to design bi-directional and situational communication mechanisms. Boasting a web-socket architecture, this tool is all about reliability and speed –this can be leveraged in generating insightful analytics and work collaboration by multiple users. What’s more? Socket.io also helps developers to design smart chat-bots for clients looking to address customer queries in a proactive manner.
Adonis – This framework screams ease of use, doing everything in its power to make the developer’s work easy and bring about stability. There is a great set of documentation blogs that includes code samples for developers to get started quickly. With seamless authentication and robust database management of SQL, we are sure that developers, especially freelancers can get a hold on Node.JS.
Nest.JS – This is yet another progressive framework that is both versatile and extensible, as in the framework incorporates adaptability and flexibility to build any sort of applications with access to other libraries. One thing to note is that it helps clients, particularly big clients, that hire a programmer for building scalable solutions for future enterprises. The framework’s modular structure makes for smart development, testing and maintenance of apps.
There are several Node.JS frameworks that cater to different purposes and we did find some of them interesting such as Hapi.dev, Diet.JS, Flatiron.JS and many more. The above frameworks are just some of our favourites that we thought are worth sharing.
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