There are days, when I feel jealous of all the young kids playing around with new technologies. I need a certain level of stability and acceptance of the technology before I can apply it to client projects. And I need time, which is a very scarce resource lately.
And yet there are days, when I feel good about being somewhat reserved and conservative in my technology stack choices. Reading this blog post makes me feel just that. Of course I need to try it out for myself and shape my own opinion, but with my lack of time, this should do.
Would I recommend it for large-scale products? Absolutely not. Do people do that anyway? Of course they do. I tried to.
I would also recommend Node for simple back-end servers mainly used for websockets or API relay.
Now if only somebody wrote a similar post about Docker …
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Sentry – an event logging platform focused on capturing and aggregating exceptions. Most of the code is Open Source (except for a few proprietary plugins), in case you want to run your own hosted version.
List of minimalist web frameworks
- Framework for CSS
- Web Framework for C
- Frameworks for Front-end JS
- Web framework for Go
- Web framework for Haskell
- Web framework for Java
- Web framework for Lua
- Web framework for Node.js
- Web framework for Perl
- Web framework for PHP
- Web framework for Python
- Web framework for Ruby
- Web framework for Scala
- Web framework for .NET (C#)