Organizing Node.js applications can be a chore. They either have massive route / controller files which cover way too many concerns or they are broken into smaller files with 50 million require statements.
If you’re not using Sass in your projects you should drop everything, read about it at http://sass-lang.com/ and start using it in your projects immediately. I’ve been using Sails.js a lot lately and enjoying it immensely. Unfortunately while it supports Sass’ cousin, Less, you have to make some configuration changes to get Sass to work.
I’ve been playing with Sails.js a lot lately and was thrilled that it supported my favorite database, Postgresql. Unfortunately the documentation on configuring the adapter left a lot to be desired.