14 Best NodeJS Frameworks for Developers in 2019

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7 Responses

  1. Jensen says:

    Dominion – one more new minimalistic Node.js framework for RESTful APis.

  2. yt says:

    VulcanJS – A full-stack framework to quickly build apps with React, GraphQL & Meteor.

  3. Loïc Poullain says:

    Disclaimer: I’m the maintainer of the framework.

    There is also FoalTS, a Web framework for building server-side Node.js application. It is written in TypeScript, offer many built-in dev tools and has a large set of integrated components required in common situations.

    Here are some of its features:

    • Elegant syntax with controllers, services and hooks
    • Dependency Injection
    • TypeORM integration (ORM that supports many databases: MySQL / MariaDB / Postgres / SQLite / Microsoft SQL Server / Oracle / sql.js / MongoDB)
    • Migrations commands (generation, execution)
    • Authentication with sessions and cookies
    • Authentication with JWT (blacking listing, database sync, etc)
    • Password management (encryption)
    • Groups & Permissions
    • Request validation
    • CORS, CSRF protection, etc
    • Shell Scripts
    • Code generation
    • VSCode integration (debugger configured)
    • Testing tools (E2E, unit testing)
    • Templates
    • Logging
    • Rich CLI
    • Frontend Integration (Angular, Vue, React)
    • And more!

    Feel free to reach me out on Twitter / Github if you have any questions or suggestions!

  4. gc says:

    I will add one more to the list called RingoJS – a JavaScript platform built on the JVM and optimized for server-side applications.

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