Chapter 3: How to Build and Structure a Node.js MVC Application
by James Kolce
In a non-trivial application, the architecture is as important as the quality of the code itself. We can have well-written pieces of code, but if we don’t have a good organization, we’ll have a hard time as the complexity increases. There’s no need to wait until the project is half-way done to start thinking about the architecture. The best time is before starting, using our goals as beacons for our choices.
Node.js doesn't have a de facto framework with strong opinions on architecture and code organization in the same way that Ruby has the Rails framework, for example. As such, it can be difficult to get started with building full web applications with Node.
In this ...