<em>Originally I shared this material to </em><a href="https://syndicode.com/2018/06/19/sails-js-is-a-node-js-mvc-framework-inspired-by-ruby-on-rails/" target="_blank"><em>Syndicode blog</em></a><em>.</em>
Originally I shared this material to Syndicode blog.
If you have read my Rails digests, you wouldn't be surprised with my next find. Sails.js is a Node.js MVC framework inspired by Ruby on Rails that follows convention over configuration principle. Sail.js allows you to quickly build REST APIs, single-page apps, and real-time (WebSockets-based) apps. It makes extensive use of code generators that allow you to build your application with less writing of code — particularly of common code that can be otherwise scaffolded.
Sails.js is the most popular MVC (model–view–controller) framework for Node.js, designed to emulate the familiar MVC pattern of frameworks like Ruby on Rails, but with support for the requirements of modern apps: data-driven APIs with a scalable, service-oriented architecture.
There are currently a few important cons, such as:
Learn how to generate a new Sails.js project, and then how to create an API by just generating models, adding some attributes then generate controllers here. Also, there you can compare it to Express.js. Because Sails.js sits on top of Express. Its ensemble of small modules works together to provide simplicity, maintainability, and structural conventions to Node.js apps.
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