Sails, an MVC web framework for building Node.js applications also known as Sails.js, is now in Version 1.0 production status, featuring an
await capability from the ECMAScript 2017 specification that promises to improve developer productivity.
await keyword, instead of using lower-level, more-fragile flow control functions such as nested callbacks and promise chains. “Callback hell,” the most common source of bugs and stability issues in Node.js and Sails applications, is ended with
await. Developers also are freed from manual error handling after every database query.
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