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re: Bulletproof node.js project architecture 🛡️ VIEW POST

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Awesome article! I like the structure of this project and IoC. I came from Ruby on Rails so I've been using a similar MVC (or just MC, depends if serving html) structure borrowed from RoR in my Node projects. I'm going to implement these patterns in my new project right now.

I'm curious on where you would put your helpers/utils files though? Do you have a separate directory for them? Or do you stick them under the services directory that uses them?

 

Hi!
I use these concepts as a base for my projects, I stick to the 3 layer pattern and sometimes I create a helper's folders and put there functions not related to any service, but other times those helpers were useful to a couple of microservices so I used a private npm package.

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