Echo JS 0.11.0

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talyssonoc comments

talyssonoc 261 days ago. link 1 point
It's not a framework, it's a boilerplate with an architecture focused on scalability, not just the old controllers/models/services folders. It comes ready to be used on production, to write tests and to use a SQL database. Check the repo wiki (https://github.com/talyssonoc/node-api-boilerplate/wiki) as well to more details about the architecture, configuration and features.

The documentation is still in the first version so feel free to ask and suggest changes.
talyssonoc 519 days ago. link 1 point
I totally agree about the second point! I plan to add something like that in the future.

About the first one, I think I never worked with such a complex language like polish, could you elaborate and/or give some example?
talyssonoc 520 days ago. link 1 point
What I mostly intend with this lib is flexibility.

About the location, the lib doesn't opinate about that. I do use the fallback system here, it only happens that the examples on the lib itself don't use the location.


There is a default language configuration (if I understood what you said), you just have to pass the `defaultLocale` option.

I don't wan't to opinate about the file names, the main reason of this lib is give freedom for the user to set it the way it's easier for him/her. I plan to allow the user to pass an object directly instead of the path too, so it will be even more flexible.

If the user want to use some fiction language that doesn't have a location he'll be able to do that without major efforts.
talyssonoc 1279 days ago. link 1 point
I have not tried yet, but I think I will do it soon, and mayve write a post about it if something really calls my attention.
talyssonoc 1279 days ago. link 1 point
Actually I don't want to switch to Nashorn, I like Node.js, just want to know about it!
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