7 keys to structuring your Node.js app

Node.js is catching up quickly with Java, Ruby, Python, and .Net as a preferred language for developing new web applications. The Node.js team is making the JavaScript runtime better, faster, and more rock solid with each passing day. And the user community is growing at a rapid clip.

As adoption continues to rise, more and more developers will climb the Node.js learning curve, confronting similar problems and coding similar functionalities. Thankfully, the Node.js community has come to the rescue with frameworks and design patterns that not only solve common problems, but also help in structuring applications.

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