How to start working with sails?

Google said that the best sails and without a hitch I installed it. First, what startled eyes, was a grunt.
Take up the study of dependency, I realized that I impose EJS and LESS and that's just from the most basic.
Perhaps I don't understand and maybe work with sails like mvc frameworka.. But then what? How do I get net mvc backend, I'll already be to your taste to complement? And what is there task-manager?
September 19th 19 at 12:18
2 answers
September 19th 19 at 12:20
Solution
sails-generate-angular-gulp, but reading Your requirements, I would advise to use pure express + custom mvc.
September 19th 19 at 12:22
If you are so cool that Grunt does not suit you, and LESS for you is not good enough, you will surely find a way to make it through express.js and your favorite ORM.
Lame answer.. it is Better to be silent. - Helmer.Ja commented on September 19th 19 at 12:25
: what question is the answer, sorry. Your question is: "Sails shit, Grunt shit, LESS shit, give me a normal framework", what answer would you have wanted to?

Want to complement your taste-so I gave you a response, express (or koa) + favorite ORM + favorite everything else you want. - greg.Stark97 commented on September 19th 19 at 12:28
if my question sounds as You describe, it is thing in Your ears.
I said I want to get the best mvc framework on the backend without the frontend part
since I prefer other tools.

And I never said anything to me ( except for the lame grun ) not good enough
I just said I didn't want to take that like the author, who does not want to learn new things and is using old. You probably also do not like the new.

But Yes, thanks to Your meltdown, I decided to abandon the sails, as it too contains a lot of junk. - Helmer.Ja commented on September 19th 19 at 12:31

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