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GraphQL has grown a lot as a technology since it was released in 2015, and at the moment of writing this article, it has been adapted in 20 different programming languages and has been used in production by many companies across the world. If you want to know why this has happened, you can read a short explanation why Github decided to move to GraphQL and read our in-depth article on the topic here.
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10 Node.js Podcasts that You Should Listen to

Are you a developer interested in Node.js? Want to learn more about the technology, what the latest trends are, and find out some opinions on the best practices? Or perhaps you’re just starting out in the world of Node.js and are looking for some great resources – past and present – to find out more. Either way, you’ve come to the right place.
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In the world where you can Google and find almost everything, good old books may seem to be a bit out-of-date… Especially technical ones! However, some of them are truly irreplaceable when it comes to all-embracing patterns, covering the basics, or even leading us step by step from the fundamental concepts to some highly-advanced details. Best books on Node.js are not exception.  
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These days, Node.js as main back-end technology has already gained enormous following, with world's top companies using Node.js it as key part of their technology stack. We, too, recently included it in our offering - with in-house initiatives like our starter app already proving themselves in real-world projects.
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One of the biggest advantages of Node.js is the fact it is an open source project where anyone can contribute. Combining it with a very active and vibrant community that is willing to share their code with others makes Node.js a great environment with a huge potential in app development. However, with abundance of different projects out there it might be a hard nut to crack to find the reliable ones that meet coding standards. That’s why we asked 5 Node.js experts with extensive experience to exclusively share their favorite Node.js open source projects that they find most helpful in everyday work. You can trust them :)
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Ever since its initial release – way back in 2009, would you believe – Node.js has been attracting the attention of developers the world over. And for good reason. Written in JavaScript, this open-source cross-platform environment makes Node.js a stand-out choice for real-time applications.
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How to Start a New Project in Node.js

In Netguru, we like to work with different technologies to create advanced web applications. This time, we would like to put the spotlight on Node.js, a JavaScript runtime that our apps use as backend. It proved to be an efficient solution for real-time applications or the cases when a fast and scalable environment was required.
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JavaScript has been one of the most popular client-side programming languages and a commonly used front-end web development tool. However, it has also gained ground in different areas of application and on distinct platforms, such as React Native, Appcelerator Titanium, Apache Cordova/PhoneGap, NativeScript, and Node.js, which is totally different from other commonly used JavaScript frameworks.
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Node.js is another trending technology that many businesses decide to embrace in production. It is especially popular in real-time applications or when we seek a fast and scalable solution. It has numerous advantages over other technologies and probably for that reason many big players came to use Node.js in their applications. What are these famous companies that trusted Node.js in creating their apps? We have some high profile examples.
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When to Use Node.js as Your Backend

Node.js is an application runtime environment that allows you to write server-side applications in Javascript. Thanks to its unique I/O model, it excels at the sort of scalable and real-time situations we are increasingly demanding of our servers.  It’s also lightweight, efficient, and the ability to use Javascript on both frontend and backend opens new possibilities. It comes as no surprise that so many big companies have leveraged it in production. In this article, I want to discuss when it is worth using Node.js and in what cases it might not be the best idea.
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