Shubham Kumar
Jun 14, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

tinyhttp vs. Express.js: Comparing Node.js frameworks

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2 Replies to "tinyhttp vs. Express.js: Comparing Node.js frameworks"

  1. Interesting article. But why are you doing different things or things differently, when you do side by side code comparisons. That’s very confusing.
    The first code snippet for example is exactly the same (except for the import part) but you are defining variables on different places or use curly braces only in the express example (for no reason).
    In the second comparison you do different things. Responding with the body on one example but not the other.
    That’s makes it difficult to see the real differences between these two.

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