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Ekekenta Odionyenfe
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Apr 22, 2022 ⋅ 5 min read

NestJS vs. Hapi

Ekekenta Odionyenfe I am a software engineer and technical writer who is proficient in server-side scripting and database setup.

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One Reply to "NestJS vs. Hapi"

  1. Great information! Thanks for that. Just one comment, in the performance section you wrote: “Express handles 38,510 requests per second, which is slower than nest-fastify.” but as I understand Express can handle more requests than the other two. If that is true, why is Express slower?

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