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What Is Node.js and Why You Should Use It
Is Node.js Frontend Or Backend?
A common misconception among developers is that Node.js is a backend framework and is only used for building servers. This isn’t true: Node.js can be used both on the frontend and the backend.
One of the reasons Node.js frameworks are a popular choice for developers building a flexible and scalable backend is its event-driven, non-blocking nature. However, frontend developers will see these benefits of Node.js in their own work just as clearly.
Let’s take a look at why Node.js works for both backend and frontend:
Features of NodeJS:
There are other programming languages also which we can use to build back-end services so what makes Node.js different I am going to explain.
- It’s easy to get started and can be used for prototyping and agile development
- It provides fast and highly scalable services
- Source code cleaner and consistent.
- Large ecosystem for open source library.
- It has Asynchronous or Non-blocking nature.
Advantages of NodeJS:
Here are the benefits of using Node.js
- Easy Scalability: Developers prefer to use Node.js because it is easily scaling the application in both horizontal and vertical directions. We can also add extra resources during the scalability of the application.
- Real-time web apps: If you are building a web app you can also use PHP, and it will take the same amount of time when you use Node.js, But if I am talking about building chat apps or gaming apps Node.js is much more preferable because of faster synchronization. Also, the event loop avoids HTTP overloaded for Node.js development.
- Fast Suite: NodeJs runs on the V8 engine developed by Google. Event loop in NodeJs handles all asynchronous operation so NodeJs acts like a fast suite and all the operations can be done quickly like reading or writing in the database, network connection, or file system
- Advantage of Caching: It provides the caching of a single module. Whenever there is any request for the first module, it gets cached in the application memory, so you don’t need to re-execute the code.
- Data Streaming: In NodeJs HTTP request and response are considered as two separate events. They are data stream so when you process a file at the time of loading it will reduce the overall time and will make it faster when the data is presented in the form of transmissions. It also allows you to stream audio and video files at lightning speed.
- Hosting: PaaS (Platform as a Service) and Heroku are the hosting platforms for NodeJS application deployment which is easy to use without facing any issue.
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- - To Make your website fast loading.
- - Keep your navigation simple and intuitive.
- - Be consistent throughout your website.
- - Add a search bar if you have content that changes frequently.
- - Create a mobile version of your site.
- - Test your site before launching.
- - Have fun!