That's a good point. I hardly see any huge monoliths built with Node.js. Might be because there are so many other options that a lot of people working on such large projects opt for another platform like .NET altogether.
Unfortunately, I'm one of the unlucky few that decided to build a huge monolith (was small at some point) in Node.js and Express. Managing it is becoming a bit of a pain.
I guess the best thing to do is probably to break it up to simplify it, eh?
Yeah, simplify, break things up and standardize. Then document it.
Makes sense. Thanks for the advice!
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