The small problem.
In conclusion, the result is always the same, the differences are minimal. Yet you are going to say, "but no, the bundle size changes, the performance change and the lines of code we write changes". Going from 6mb to 5mb is not going to change anything, going from 200ms to 170ms is not going to change anything, the only thing that I agree is the simpler code. But simple is not re-learning the same technology every 2 months.
The big(huge) problem.
Let's talk about the back-end. 7000 frameworks there are. All producing the same result with a different way. There is not a single folder structure to follow, everyone use's their own folder structure, there is not a single coding style, everyone is writing with there own style, even when using the same framework.
What is my suggestion.
Thanks for reading,
Top comments (3)
I totally agree Dustin , great point .
Hi Dustin, I'm currently learning Node and I'm interested in your opinion. Can you expand on your statement? What is your preferred way to build complex business applications nowadays? Thanks!