Nest.js Brings TypeScript to Node.js and Express, Part 1

In this article, we are going to learn about Nest.js, a framework for building Node.js web applications. Why Nest.js? Because, although Node.js already contains a lot of libraries to develop web applications, none of them effectively address one of the most important subjects: the architecture. As we will see, Nest.js introduces various building blocks that help developers to better organize Node.js applications. This GitHub repository contains the final code developed throughout this article!
Nest.js Introduction
Nest.js is a new framework in the already cluttered Node.js landscape. What makes it different from other frameworks is that Nest.js leverages TypeScript to help developers effortlessly build highly testable, scalable, loosely coupled, and easily maintainable applications. For example, when building an application, developers will define TypeScript classes decorated with @Controller() to handle HTTP request. Developers will also create classes that implement the NestMiddleware interface to define Express middlewares.

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