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Current state of middleware. Thoughts?

(This post was last modified: 09-25-2018, 01:44 PM by ignitedcms.)

Hey guys, so I'm just recently getting into nodejs, and it relies heavily on middleware. Even the full stack frameworks require some middle ware.

It's a quick NPM install, much like composer but it really grates on me that.

1. I don't know how reputable the repo is
2. Finding the one I need is quite tedious
3. The coding / methods are different to other npm(s)
4. Some only work with the latest nodejs versions.

Essentially, it feels very fragmented, unlike how CI2.0 and 3.0 is packaged, as one stop framework with more or less everything you could ever want included.

I personally don't like this fragmented way of working. When you have everything bundled together you are more or less guaranteed it works and the code is good to use.

With so much middleware it is liking taking a shot in the dark.

I don't know, what are your thoughts, do you disagree?
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Current state of middleware. Thoughts? - by ignitedcms - 09-25-2018, 11:55 AM

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