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Facebook, Netflix, Uber, eBay – they all use Node JS. It seems like a proof of its efficiency, don’t you think?
But let’s investigate for ourselves. What is actually so great about Node Js development?
Want to dig deeper? Then read on.
Simply speaking, Node is a lightweight, fast, and modern way to execute code on your computer.
Node JS can be used especially for:
Let’s take a look at four commonly spread myths about Node Js and then… bust them.
Node JS is used by the biggest players:
Node JS allows for faster delivery and, that way, helps to test concepts. It does it by sharing model code and tests between the client and server, which leads to a significant efficiency for development team.
Plus, Node.js excels as a “framework” for applications that provide real-time experience or streaming (chats, transactions, reservations, advertising).
With Node JS it’s easier to make changes in the app. It happens smoother when the application model is based on Node.js’s event-driven model rather than a classic MVC.
Above reasons may seem more crucial for startups, but corporate organizations across the world are also choosing Node.js to build game-changing applications.
That list may be a little subjective – those are the tools our developers use and love. But for the ones who are starting with Node JS – let’s just make your lives easier.
Tools you (or your team) may want to try with Node JS:
Node JS newsletters and resources not only allow developers to be up to date with changing trends and important topics, but also to learn something new.
Here is the list of the most interesting newsletters connected to Node.js development:
If you want to learn more about top implementations of Node JS, proceed to the next chapter.
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