Recently, clients have placed a high value on speed, security, and efficiency. This need forces us to create software that is quick, safe, scalable, and easy to manage. While some are creating new apps using the MEAN stack, several major organizations have started moving their existing applications to Node.js. Uber and PayPal, among others, have already implemented Node.js-based commercial solutions, while Yahoo, HP, and a number of other businesses have used the MEAN stack as the foundation for their newest products. In this article, we will be discussing the meaning of Node.js, a brief history of the platform, Its different versions that have been released over the years, some use cases, and then conclude with the latest update about the new release.
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Real-time applications, or RTAs, are widely created with Node.js. Node.js developers find it much easier to achieve the level of performance users have come to expect from modern real-time apps thanks to its asynchronous, occurrence-driven architecture.
The Socket.IO package, which allows real-time, bidirectional, & occurrence-based connectivity across the browser and the server, is frequently used when developing chat apps with Node.js. A group chat application may be created using Socket.IO in around 30 lines of code.
In SPAs, a single page loads the entire application. This typically indicates that a few requests for particular components are being made in the background. The event loop in Node.js saves the day in this case by handling queries in a non-blocking manner.
Being one of the biggest media service providers on the planet is challenging, particularly when you have to supply streaming material to 150 million people worldwide. As a result, in 2018, Netflix migrated the majority of its API to Node.js.
Netflix now has a single language for both server-side & browser-side development thanks to Node.js, and it has access to the asynchronous non-blocking I/O features that enable real-time & streaming operations using Node.js so simple and effective.
Due to the fact that IoT applications routinely provide little data packets that can accumulate into numerous requests, most sensors are used. Node.js is a great choice because it can swiftly manage numerous concurrent requests.
Additionally, it has never been simpler to use all of Node.js's libraries to quickly create useful devices thanks to powerful IoT & robotics development platforms such as Tessel 2.
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