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Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by techstack: 3:05pm On Jun 24, 2020
Someone introduced Nestjs framework to me about two years ago but I haven't got anything to do with it then, I was deeply involved in dotNet and Expressjs projects. or I don't know how awesome it will turn out to be.

Early this before COVID 19 lockdown, a friend reached out to me about a payment reporting app. I was to head the development team of the project.

They were choosing Expressjs or FastifyJs, when I stepped in I decided to use Nestjs. And since then it has been a jolly ride. its a framework for building efficient, scalable Node applications

If you are a fan of OOP, Nodejs framework will be Nestjs

Perfect for Angular/Typescript developers.

dotNet developers will find it very easy to work with. with ORM like typeORM, just like Entity framework

NestJS is modular — this means that you create modules.

NestJS’s constructor based dependency injection can help with ordering initialization in the background.

Its created by Kamil Myśliwiec, you can read more about him.

Share your experience if you have used it before.

cc Seun

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Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by stanliwise(m): 6:47pm On Jun 24, 2020
techstack:
Someone introduced Nestjs framework to me about two years ago but I haven't got anything to do with it then, I was deeply involved in dotNet and Expressjs projects. or I don't know how awesome it will turn out to be.

Early this before COVID 19 lockdown, a friend reached out to me about a payment reporting app. I was to head the development team of the project.

They were choosing Expressjs or FastifyJs, when I stepped in I decided to use Nestjs. And since then it has been a jolly ride. its a framework for building efficient, scalable Node applications

If you are a fan of OOP, Nodejs framework will be Nestjs

Perfect for Angular/Typescript developers.

dotNet developers will find it very easy to work with. with ORM like typeORM, just like Entity framework

NestJS is modular — this means that you create modules.

NestJS’s constructor based dependency injection can help with ordering initialization in the background.

Its created by Kamil Myśliwiec, you can read more about him.

Share your experience if you have used it before.

cc Seun
There are now frameworks here and there and everywhere.
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by thenaijacoder(m): 12:31am On Jun 25, 2020
It is quite cool and amazing even though i haven't used it.

I am more of a nodejs guy and i work with basically two core frameworks in nodejs which are Express and Adonis and they have been very useful to me when building complex web application
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by techstack: 2:13pm On Jun 25, 2020
stanliwise:
There are now frameworks here and there and everywhere.

Yes, there are many frameworks out that. new ones try to fix issues in the existing ones

Choose the one that works for you
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by stanliwise(m): 2:22pm On Jun 25, 2020
techstack:


Yes, there are many frameworks out that. new ones try to fix issues in the existing ones

Choose the one that works for you
I am JAVA and PHP coder. I don’t like frameworks. I basically use laravel when needed.
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by techstack: 7:06pm On Jun 25, 2020
stanliwise:
I am JAVA and PHP coder. I don’t like frameworks. I basically use laravel when needed.

What of Spring Framework?

I use asp.net core.
As a core Microsoft guy, I have even deployed an app to production with the new Blazor.

I will be writing about my experience with Blazor and Azure soon
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by stanliwise(m): 7:46pm On Jun 25, 2020
techstack:


What of Spring Framework?

I use asp.net core.
As a core Microsoft guy, I have even deployed an app to production with the new Blazor.

I will be writing about my experience with Blazor and Azure soon
I just completed my intensive study of Java language and no experience yet. I basically have not used any java framework. as for PHP I have use a couple. Laravel, code igniter, Yii.
Asp.NET is a cool language though, although most things I know about it is that many of goverment projects like JAMB, NYSC and some other are built using Asp, don't know why.
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by techstack: 3:49pm On Jun 28, 2020
stanliwise:
I just completed my intensive study of Java language and no experience yet. I basically have not used any java framework. as for PHP I have use a couple. Laravel, code igniter, Yii.
Asp.NET is a cool language though, although most things I know about it is that many of goverment projects like JAMB, NYSC and some other are built using Asp, don't know why.

That's nice,
ASP.NET is not government projects, I work for a financial institution and we use Microsoft technologies

keep coding and keep learning
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by stanliwise(m): 3:56pm On Jun 28, 2020
techstack:


That's nice,
ASP.NET is not government projects, I work for a financial institution and we use Microsoft technologies

keep coding and keep learning
I know Microsoft own it. I just said they were used for Government project often. Anyway happy Sunday
Re: Has Anyone Here Used Nestjs? What's Your Experience by ProfAmaben: 4:18pm On Jun 28, 2020
NestJS sounds very cool and I believe it's modules are similar to REACT components. However, switching from Jsx to typescript needs quite some time. Good work, we need more tech enthusiasts here.

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