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Nodal.js vs Sanic: What are the differences?

Developers describe Nodal.js as "Web servers made easy with Node.js". Nodal is a web server for Node.js that was built with the sole purpose of making the developer's life easier.Boasting its own opinionated, explicit, idiomatic and highly-extensible full-service framework, Nodal takes care of all of the hard decisions for you and your team. This allows you to focus on creating an effective product in a short timespan while minimizing technical debt. On the other hand, Sanic is detailed as "Python 3.5+ web server that's written to go fast". Sanic is a Flask-like Python 3.5+ web server that's written to go fast. It's based on the work done by the amazing folks at magicstack. On top of being Flask-like, Sanic supports async request handlers.

Nodal.js and Sanic can be categorized as "Web Servers" tools.

Nodal.js and Sanic are both open source tools. Sanic with 12.4K GitHub stars and 1.16K forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than Nodal.js with 4.59K GitHub stars and 253 GitHub forks.

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    What is Nodal.js?

    Nodal is a web server for Node.js that was built with the sole purpose of making the developer's life easier.Boasting its own opinionated, explicit, idiomatic and highly-extensible full-service framework, Nodal takes care of all of the hard decisions for you and your team. This allows you to focus on creating an effective product in a short timespan while minimizing technical debt.

    What is Sanic?

    Sanic is a Flask-like Python 3.5+ web server that's written to go fast. It's based on the work done by the amazing folks at magicstack. On top of being Flask-like, Sanic supports async request handlers.

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