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Sails.js is a Node.js MVC framework inspired by Ruby on Rails

As you know Syndicode’s passion about Ruby on Rails, you wouldn’t be surprised with our next find. Sails.js is a Node.js MVC framework inspired by Ruby on Rails that follows convention over configuration principle. Sail.js allows you to quickly build REST APIs, single-page apps, and real-time (WebSockets-based) apps. It makes extensive use of code generators that allow you to build your application with less writing of code — particularly of common code that can be otherwise scaffolded.

Syndicode Digest #29 – Billing Turtle

Syndicode Digest #29 – Billing Turtle

What is the first thing comes to your mind when you think of turtle? The slowness or tardiness? That is true, but these features have one extreme advantage. When you don’t hurry, you’re able to enjoy your work and be more attentive. So, don’t hurry when you do something important and take an example from the wise turtle. Read our Syndicode Digest #29 – Billing Turtle.

Flux vs. MVC

Flux vs. MVC

Today Model View Controller (MVC) is considered the most spread application design pattern in web development. Since the 1990s, if you wonder. And Flux is a new application architecture from Facebook that promises the same as MVC, but with a different approach that focuses on unidirectional data flow. What application is better? Let’s make a comparison: Flux vs. MVC.