Chinedu Okere
Jun 16, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

NestJS vs. LoopBack 4: Which is best?

Chinedu Okere Full-stack software engineer with a track record of success working in food tech, fintech, and cyber tech. Has a passion for developing cutting-edge UIs and web apps that deliver exceptional user experience, Has expertise in frontend technologies such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, and Next.js, as well as backend technologies such as Node.js/Express.js and databases such as MongoDB/MySQL. Contributes to open source technology documentation.

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2 Replies to "NestJS vs. LoopBack 4: Which is best?"

  1. I wouldn’t even say there’s a comparison. If anything Loopback seems to have been taking ideas from NestJS and trying to implement them into their own framework – instead of just improving the clearly more widely used and production-ready NestJS.

    Things like this stiffle Open source, instead of banding together it just creates division.
    Shame on IBM to be honest.

    1. lol…while you are entitled to your opinions, and i can’t say they are wrong. loopback4 has some die hard fans. i mean people who really love the framework.

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