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Middle-end architecture

Middle-end architecture: Organizing JavaScript Functionality
Middle-end architecture: Organizing JavaScript Functionality

Kyle shares a story about working at a previous job and having difficulty communicating between front-end and back-end applications. This pushed him to create an engine for handing JavaScript on the server. Today, many developers use Node.js to handle server-side JavaScript. Kyle calls this layer the Middle-end.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Web Web Development JavaScript

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