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Initial time range – from 21 Apr, 2023 to 22 Jul, 2023

Final time range – from 21 Jan, 2024 to 21 Apr, 2024

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Summary of goldbergyoni/nodebestpractices

Goldbergyoni/nodebestpractices is a widely followed GitHub repository offering a comprehensive collection of best practices for Node.js developers. It is one of the largest compilations of tips & tricks, style guides, architectural decisions, and best practices about Node.js on the web.

Here are some key points about the repository:

  1. Comprehensive: It covers a lot of ground, from general coding best practices to more specific topics like error handling, project structure, data modeling, and testing.

  2. Organized by Categories: The practices are organized into categories such as architecture, error handling, testing & quality, going to production, security best practices, etc. This aids in easy navigation.

  3. Adopted practices: Practices are framed as "dos" and "don'ts," with an explanation and example provided for each, making it easy for readers to understand and adopt the practice.

  4. Well-Maintained: The repository is frequently updated, either to add new practices as they are identified or to keep the existing practices up to date with the latest versions of Node.js.

  5. Community-Curated: The repository is actively maintained by the community. Developers around the world contribute to the repository with their experience and knowledge.

  6. Multilingual: The content is available in multiple languages, thanks to the work of various contributors.

The repository is useful for both experienced developers looking for a refresher and beginners who are picking up Node.js. It serves as an important resource for best practices within the Node.js ecosystem.

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