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Have you ever seen POSIX C?
Have you ever seen Erlang?
Also. You're just importing a bunch of prebuilt functionality.
And using a lot of preconfigured stuff.
Pretty sure Python would have similar stuff.
Things like C# .NET Core make it longer because they offer more customizabillity. They are meant to scale easily to huge industrial strength codebases with tons of traffic and a very flexible request processing pipeline (also does multicore way better, in my opinion). Not really a fair comparison.
Also, starting huge prebuilt server processes is low level?
@RememberMe im working .net core on another project. Your right, it takes alot more to do alot less. Just generating a jwt token the other day took me all day because i had to pull in 9 different classes to make it work and that was after reading 10 different blogs where it was done entirely different in each one for a different vertical purpose. I mean for a web developer with a background in php, I would usually consider forking a process to be something risky and not recommended with the language. The magic of using node is that I do not have to be the master of all things to utilize it in the most powerful of ways. I tend to find c# and java devs being siloed to the language because of its demands. Not that its a bad thing, I just personally enjoy doing more without having to understand overly engineered and over-abstracted libraries that push system uniformity more than anything. I have not heard of Erlang, i tried googling it