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While Ruby has Rails and Python has Django, the dominant application development framework for Node has yet to be established. But, there is a powerful contender gaining steam: LoopBack, an open source API framework built by StrongLoop, the creators of Express.
Let's take a closer look at LoopBack and it's capabilities by turning everything into practice and building an example application.
After much thought, I decided to engineer a solution to the idea abandonment problem. I call it the ‘Init' project (or Init.js).
The core of the idea is to have a single project to start them all, to let the developer or the technical founder make all of the essential decisions at once, and receive an appropriate starting template based on those decisions.