If you’re a developer who currently uses frameworks such as Django, Laravel or Rails, you’ve probably heard about Node.js. You might already be using a popular front-end library such as Angular or React in your projects. By now, you should be thinking about doing a complete switchover to a server technology based on Node.js.
If you’re afraid of losing your hard-earned programming experience in the Node universe, fear not, as we have Sails.js.
Sails.js is a real-time MVC framework designed to help developers ...