Sinatra inspired web development framework for node.js -- insanely fast, flexible, and simple
Companies using ExpressJS
How ExpressJS is being used
  • RentChek

    #<User:0x00007f3b4fdf7528> RentChek


    Extremely lean framework for our Node API.

  • opening.io

    #<User:0x00007f3b4fe79078> opening.io


    website back-end functionality, front-end/backend messaging bridge (websocket <-> gearman communication)

  • MurgeIn

    #<User:0x00007f3b4feea980> MurgeIn


    We rely on ExpressJS to serve our content simply, easily, and effectively, without the bloat-ware. Big thanks to StrongLoop for supporting this package.

  • TribeMedia

    #<User:0x00007f3b4f337818> TribeMedia


    Our microservices are mostly written using Node.js, and ExpressJS is the framework upon which all of our Node.js services are built.

  • Cloudcraft

    #<User:0x00007f3b4f3b11b8> Cloudcraft


    Express.js is the workhorse of the Cloudcraft.co backend. It's not the most exciting part of a stack, but it works, is very well documented, and you can find a plugin for almost everything you could possibly want. We also carefully evaluated Koa.js, but decided not to go down this route: fewer plugins, less documentation & answers online. I'm also not personally convinced by the generators yield syntax at all. ES7 async functions looks like a much better bet, and with Promises and Babel I can have that already today.

  • dotmos

    #<User:0x00007f3b4f41eee8> dotmos


    Handles the front-end events.