Framework Node.js

Characteristics of Node.js:

Node.js Framework

Node.js is one of the many frameworks available under the Java Script language. What stands out is how much easier it is to create applications and dynamic websites. What’s more – many frameworks use Node.js to work, which means that this technology is one of the foundations of modern programming.

What it is Node.js?

Node.js is a prime example of the fact that necessity is the mother of invention. In this case, the needs were demonstrated by Joyent employee Ryan Dahl, who criticized the Apache HTTP Server solution. His problem was that in order to program with JavaScript, he had to use external runtime environments. This is how Node.js, a framework that is a runtime environment dedicated to programs written in JavaScript, was created in 2009. As it turned out, this solution contributed significantly to the development of JavaScript. The original version supported only two systems – Mac OS X and Linux, but two years later, in 2011, a Windows version was implemented.

Application Node.js

We are used to the fact that frameworks are tools that make work easier, but the use of which is not mandatory. The exception is Node.js – this technology has caught on so well in the development community that it has become the standard for writing new code. Almost every framework used in this language requires the use of the Node.js runtime environment. However, this should not be viewed in the context of coercion, but rather facilitation and protection, like an airbag system in a car. Node.js is used by a wide variety of companies, from sales platforms eBay, Aliexpress or Groupon to payment operators Mastercard and PayPal to well-known corporations Microsoft, IBM or Walmart.

Why choose solutions in Node.js?

Currently, it is impossible to imagine JavaScript programming work without using Node.js. However, it’s not just about directly linking frameworks to this runtime environment. Choosing Node.js is all about access to NPM, which is a wide collection of tools for modifying the front-end aspects of websites. Node.js has a non-blocking input/output system, making work much more efficient. The scalability of the solutions created, in turn, makes both the memory card and the processor less stressed. All this translates into a better quality of work, reduced occurrence of errors while writing code, and as a result ¬- faster completion of the projects started.

What kind of projects can you do in Node.js?

See examples of using the Node.js framework.

Portal or website

We can use Node.js to code the front-end of your website, web application or portal.

Mobile application management panel

Mobile applications for efficient management require an administrative panel – the command center of the application. Front-end based in Node.js.

Web application

Intranet, B2B, B2C systems, company panels, recruitment services, a number of other solutions.

Online shop

Using Node.js, you can create an online store or online ordering system.

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