From Java to Node.js

Spring is a popular framework in Java to provide a great deal of glue and abstraction functionality. It allows easy dependency injection, testing, object lifecycle management, transaction management, etc. It’s usually one of the first things I slap into a new project in Java. In Node.js, I haven’t really missed it. JavaScript allows much more flexible ways of decoupling dependencies and I personally haven’t felt the need to find a replacement for Spring. Maybe that’s a good thing?

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