Over the past decade, the Web has become completely integrated into the fabric of society. Most businesses have websites, and this latter caused the web development field to be extremely demanded nowadays.The field of web development is divided in two parts back-end development and front-end development. In this blog we are going to talk about the former one, The back-end is another name for the server. It’s everything after the browser. It includes server platforms like Node.js, as well as databases and other technologies. Back-end development contains so many frameworks which aims to facilitate the process of developing web sites and we are going to list the best Node.JS frameworks in this field.
Express is a minimal and flexible Node.js web application framework that provides a robust set of features for web and mobile applications, It has been called the de facto standard server framework for Node.js, this latter is considered the most famous amongst the other Node frameworks due to making back-end development a piece of cake and gave programmers some additional features to extend their server-side coding.
Adonis.Js is a Node.js MVC framework that runs on all operating systems. It offers a stable eco-system to write a server-side web application so that you can focus on business needs over finalizing which package to choose or not. Adonis.Js is a modular framework that consists of multiple service providers. The service providers are the building blocks of Adonis.Js applications. In theory, they are like any other npm module with some code on top of it to play transparently with Adonis.Js applications.
Adonis.Js favours developer joy with consistent and expressive API to build a full-stack web application or a micro API server.
Under the hood, Nest makes use of robust HTTP Server frameworks like Express (the default) and optionally can be configured to use Fastify as well!
Nest provides a level of abstraction above these common Node.js frameworks (Express/Fastify), but also exposes their APIs directly to the developer. This allows developers the freedom to use the myriad of third-party modules which are available for the underlying platform.