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Used by millions of developers all over the globe, Java has remained one of the most popular programming languages for the last 22 years. Still, JavaScript holds the title of the most widely deployed language in the world, and its surrounding environments such as a runtime like Node.js are gaining traction as well.
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Thanks to the microservices architecture, it is easier to set up a quality web application than ever before. Just write the core engine and connect it with the best services that provide the application repository, database, communication, payments, login, and authentication. Doing all this is much easier if your app runs on Node.js than on any other backend environment.
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Node.js is an excellent choice for building scalable apps. It works perfectly with the leading cloud computing tools, keeps the infrastructure costs under control, and gives you access to the best services that predict usage spikes, expand resources and control the development process.
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Node.js has become the most popular development environment. It has an active community, it is easy to learn, because front-end developers are familiar with it, and it allows you to create one full-stack JavaScript team for the back-end and front-end of your web app. An increasing number of Node.js users (including tech giants such as LinkedIn or PayPal) are praising Node for its impressive performance. It's good at multitasking, doesn't weight down the server, and works on Chrome V8, the fastest JavaScript engine available.
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Node.js and Python are two established solutions for server-side application development. With either platform, your team can develop and manage web apps of any complexity and functionality. As an app owner, you might be wondering which tool to choose for your next project. The choice will not be easy, and to make the final decision you should be aware of the advantages and limitations of Node and Python, and, more importantly, understand cases and types of applications where Node.js could be better than Python, and vice versa.
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E-commerce platform is a complex system from a technical perspective. To make all the pieces work together, you need a reliable technology that will support it. Node.js is fast and scalable, but how to make sure it’s the right match for your platform?
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The success of your project lies in the hands of your development team. Their efficient cooperation will help deliver the product on time and within budget. It’s also important what you yourself do – if you don’t communicate efficiently with your team or fail to understand the specifics of working with Node.js teams, many things can go unexpectedly wrong.
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6 Types of Applications You Can Build With Node.js

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime environment built upon event-driven programming that enables non-blocking I/O (Input/Output) capable of serving multiple concurrent events in a single thread. Non-blocking I/O makes Node.js very fast, lightweight, scalable, and efficient in handling data-heavy and I/O-heavy workloads characteristic of several types of web applications. In this article, we are going to show that Node.js can be used efficiently in many kinds of applications, and we will present six most popular solutions, including IoT applications, applications built around microservice architecture, real-time chats, real-time collaboration tools, streaming apps, and Single Page Applications (SPAs).
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Challenges with Node.js Application Maintenance

You developed your shiny web application with Node.js, but the work doesn’t stop there. App maintenance can be just as complicated as the coding process. Problems and malfunctions can lead to discouraging clients from using your app. However, if you handle all the issues properly, there is nothing to worry about.
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Even though both PHP and Node.js can manage apps of any complexity, they are built around different concepts and architectures. If you are an app owner choosing between these two environments, you should be aware of their major advantages and limitations.
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