A simple blog is a good start to go, then I find out that nodejs on Github and other node-based web frameworks: express, locomotive, railway, etc... problem is they have too many forks.
Surely that I can work with some of them by my efforts, because the MVC logic seems the same to all. The point is that I want to focus on one framework which is the trend for next 1 year or more later. Express seems well, says railway, locomotive are based on Express, I'll be good if I follow Express at last, but then I found Meteor and Derby. Now it does mess me a lot about choices. People said that use proper tool for your own task, here now I'm having time to waste on some, but not all of them. I think I should clear up some of my thoughts by questioning:
Is that meteor and derby are forks of nodejs?
Should I choose meteor, derby or locomotive, railway or just simply start with express from the scratch to make my own MVC setup?
Why do people use Redis for sessions along with Mongodb (or CouchDB)? Why dont we just use Mongodb for sessions and main data?