Express' extremely powerful routing API allows developers to do tasks ranging from building a REST API to building the routes for a simple web app and then take it to the next level by using route parameters and query strings.
Express considers itself to be a "minimalistic unopinionated framework", it basically lets the developer determine how their project will be organized. On one hand, this gives anyone terrific power and flexibility to use any library they want for a certain task and to organize their proj...
One of the major benefits that Sails has is performance. But it's not as efficient when starting up. sails lift takes quite a lot of time to execute completely (although it is doing a lot of things behind the scenes - if you run it with the --verbose option, you can see all the different things
It's always best to serve assets statically (CDN, NAS, nginx proxy, etc.). But when you must do it through Node.js you should at least be certain to take into consideration cache busting. Sails will adjust your layout templates by adding HTML to it for new styles and scripts. You must go thr...
Hapi was developed and is still being used by Walmart. Being backed by such a major company means that it will not lose support any time soon and most importantly it's being developed by professionals and that you will always get support for it.
Hapi's philosophy is that configuration is more important than code. This is especially useful for very large teams because it helps developers maintain consistency and reusability throughout their code.
Hapi seems to be made with large applications in mind. The sheer amount of boilerplate code it requires is simply not practical for a small web app. This also means that there are few examples of Hapi applications around for beginners to learn from.