NodeJS is great. I've been using it since the very first public release. However, it lacks some basic stuff like routing for web apps.
When ExpressJS came out, in made creating awesome web apps so easy. You start very simple. Then you built more and more, bigger and bigger apps.
However, its simplicity is also its biggest hurdle. When your web app becomes bigger and your team larger, you clearly feel the need for proper application structure. You cannot have everything in a single file.
So I went and studied how other people and frameworks are structuring their apps, even in other languages, like Ruby and Python with Rails and Django respectively, which I've used extensively in the past.
Then I applied what I learned and it worked. It worked so well, that we begun
applying it to each and every application that we developed.
Everybody was working on the same code base, different files were responsible for different parts of the functionality and every time we had to add something new we knew exactly where to put it. In addition, there were no more merge conflicts.
In this step-by-step video you are going to learn the structure that we apply on every project with Node & Express. It works for apps of all sizes and allows both small and large teams to easily work together.
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