Nodejs best practices developers must follow in 2023

"NodeJS is a JS runtime environment that helps developers use JavaScript outside a browser. Generally, Node.js is used to make server-side applications. Though this framework is easy to use, as you proceed with complex apps, the complexity and inaccuracies of the code increase. Here’s the list of Nodejs best practices that help keeping vulnerabilities and errors away from the code:

Use folder structure
Layer the components in the code
User Await/Async for easy error handling
Using Mature Logger for easy error visibility
Use ESlint
Use accurate Node.js plugins and many more"