While JAMStack , static site generators , and serverless functions continue to be all the rage in 2020, traditional frameworks like Express.js and Hapi.js remain the go-to solution for many developers. These frameworks are battle-tested, reliable, and scalable, so while they may not be the hottest tech around, you can count on them to get the job done.
In this post, we’re going to build a web application with Hapi.js and MongoDB. If you would like to follow along with this tutorial, you can get the code from this GitHub repo . Also, be sure to sign up for a free MongoDB Atlas account to make sure you can implement all of the code in this tutorial.