It cannot be emphasized enough—the structural model of your data will set the foundation for the rest of your app.
Will your application code stand the test of time—or will it go the way of the dinosaurs? Whether you’re a business owner or a Node.js consultant, the longevity of your project is strongly linked with the maintainability of your code. When the data layer of your app changes in quality, the effects ripple throughout your entire app. Using an ORM can help you write more maintainable code.
You know them, you love them, but when you have 3,524 packages with the tag ORM available at NPM, deciding on one ORM may be a little bit overwhelming. Comparing three of the most-used ORMs will help you decide which is tool is best for your project. Whether it's Objection, Prisma, or Sequelize, read this post to determine your champion ORM!