Echo JS 0.11.0

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notvitorvieira 1558 days ago. link 5 points
I would definitely use it, but I would not use it as my first option for a project that I know that will soon be in production. Let me explain why. There are many frameworks being launched lately and its kind impossible to make a definitive comparison for all their benefits, pros and cons against your project needs. I'm talking a about having to pick a framework for a project that will be in production in the next 3-4 months, even in 6 months. Apparently looking deeply at your project scope and requirements it will give you the feeling that other frameworks can quite fill the same spot and offer the same things you found in Koa. I had the same problem couple weeks ago and I came out picking a more stable and well documented framework. At the end all the frameworks are offering the same, nothing incredible or fascinating. So, I went for a more reasonable option, now, this version, this current scenario. I believe that soon Node will be presenting big changes and obviously the frameworks that are not backed by a good number of users or a company will fall apart. Specially those not backed by companies.

Anyway, I would give it a try, since Koa.js is backed by the same team behind Express. If you have any doubt and still looking for reasons to use it, have a look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKNqfbhv61I

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