ExpressJS vs. Echo vs. Fastify



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Description

What is ExpressJS?

Express is a minimal and flexible node.js web application framework, providing a robust set of features for building single and multi-page, and hybrid web applications.

What is Echo?

Echo is a fast and unfancy HTTP server framework for Go (Golang). Up to 10x faster than the rest.

What is Fastify?

Fastify is a web framework highly focused on speed and low overhead. It is inspired from Hapi and Express and as far as we know, it is one of the fastest web frameworks in town. Use Fastify can increase your throughput up to 100%.

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Pros

Why do developers choose ExpressJS?
Why do you like ExpressJS?

Why do developers choose Echo?
Why do you like Echo?

Why do developers choose Fastify?
Why do you like Fastify?

Cons

What are the cons of using ExpressJS?
No Cons submitted yet for ExpressJS
Downsides of ExpressJS?

What are the cons of using Echo?
No Cons submitted yet for Echo
Downsides of Echo?

What are the cons of using Fastify?
No Cons submitted yet for Fastify
Downsides of Fastify?

Companies

What companies use ExpressJS?
1032 companies on StackShare use ExpressJS
What companies use Echo?
23 companies on StackShare use Echo
What companies use Fastify?
5 companies on StackShare use Fastify

Integrations

What tools integrate with ExpressJS?
16 tools on StackShare integrate with ExpressJS
What tools integrate with Echo?
2 tools on StackShare integrate with Echo
What tools integrate with Fastify?
2 tools on StackShare integrate with Fastify

What are some alternatives to ExpressJS, Echo, and Fastify?

  • Flask - a microframework for Python based on Werkzeug, Jinja 2 and good intentions.
  • Django REST framework - Web APIs for Django
  • Sinatra - Classy web-development dressed in a DSL
  • hapi - Server Framework for Node.js

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