It almost looks like it’s just Express. There are other frameworks but they are so small relative to Express. The other four frameworks include:
Front-end vs Back-end
The comparison is not taken to be 100% accurate. “It’s hard to classify many packages as being ‘front-end’ or ‘back-end’ packages since many work in both contexts and are used enthusiastically in both. It’s impossible to programmatically classify a package as being front end or back end, and with over 600,000 packages in the npm registry, it’s not practical to survey them all manually.”
npm did an awesome analysis by looking at a bunch of libraries used to deliver front-end code. Libraries like:
These libraries are analysed in the post. The part of the post I like so much is the conclusion >>
It’s a great growth indeed. You may wish to read the full article. Visit JS back-end frameworks and take a look at it yourself.
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- GitHub: How to easily get into the beautiful new world January 6, 2018
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