you could use lodash but i prefer ramda :P
anyone else feel like its a bit trivial.. for example when comparing hapi to express it only tells me that express has more stars and opened issues... i dont think developers choose tools by simple criteria.. It gives me no real insight into the different tools... thoughts?
IMHO this was very glossed over..
its a nice write up, however you still don't necessarily have the composition flow like you do when using ramda. Plus the libraries such as ramda can always dispatch to native methods and provide convenience wrappers to create this compositions. Again you can do everything yourself by using the above methods and groupings but then why re-invent the wheel each time when you already have utility libraries there seems very little win/gain.
according to his twitter use: dotd070715au
surprised this hasnt been on here already
I guess you haven't used hapi, express was nice for building simple solution but as this wrapper points out in the readme it's not great for complex situations without a lot more foundational work. When we moved to hapi we were able to make complex e-commerce system without any problems or mucking around so i was simply stating s switch to a more robust framework. Take the advice with a grain of salt :)
why not just use http://hapijs.com/ :D
for a second i thought it wouldnt be another article about facebook, but since react still in there :(