Tag Archives: node.js

11 Best Hosting Platform for Node.js Application (P2)

For basically, there are two most preferred ways to host Node.js application. And you can also visit CMSmart to consult many themes, solutions, extensions for your site. Managed – You focus on application code and infrastructure is maintained by a service provider. Cloud VM/VPS – you get the OS of your choice where you install, manage, and deploy everything on ...

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Why Node.js beats Java and .Net for Web, mobile, and IoT apps


Today, I’ll be sharing to you a very great blog from InfoWorld which wrote about the different of Node.JS, Java and.Net. In this article, you will know about Why Node.js beats Java and.Net for Web, mobile, and IoT apps? And now, let’s discover that. Problem No. 1: Java,.Net, or Node.js? As an enterprise dev platform for Web, mobile, and IoT ...

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How Nodejs Event Loop Works ?


One of the best advantage of Node.js over other Server side technologies is executing asynchronous code. But how Node.js executes it ? You may have heard of Event loop which helps JavaScript to execute asynchronous code and this post is all about understanding how event loop works. Consider following code. console.log("i am first"); console.log("i am second"); console.log("i am third"); If ...

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What is Node.js used for: The 2015 Node.js Overview Report


This is an overview of the current state of Node.js. No coding, nothing hardcore, just a high-level look at this super popular runtime environment. We have sent out a 34-question long survey and reached 285 developers.Here’s the first interesting fact: 267 of them use Node.js regularly in 52 countries. When I saw the results of the Stack Overflow Developer Survey, ...

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One of the great things about Node.js is that it has a built in HTTP server. This means you don’t need Apache or nginx. This means serving a static site can be done in few lines of code. This article goes into how this can be achieved. Express Static Middleware Express has become the defacto Node.js web framework and it ...

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How to extract stacktrace information in Node.js?

Extract stacktrace information in Node

Node.js includes many great features such as clustering, async and many more but one of its defects is bad debugging. I got work assignment to invoke e-mail when any error in my script and I was wondering to put line number and other debug information in the same email. There were many alternative ways to do it and some of them are ...

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Why is Node.Js Perfect With eCommerce Moderation?


Node.js depends on JavaScript dialect and diverse modules in the improvement of systems administration apparatuses and web servers. The center elements of modules incorporate File framework I/O taking care of, Binary information (cradles), Networking (HTTP, UDP, TCP, DNS, TLS/SSL), Data streams, Cryptography capacities, and so on. It is likewise important to pay consideration on a rich API of Node’s modules. ...

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Why Should You Start Using Node.js on Your Web Applications?

As you probably already know Node.js is a software platform which was built on Google’s V8 JavaScript engine. This platform utilizes an event-driven, single-threaded event loop and non-blocking I/O model which results in high application scalability and high throughput. Since Node.js usesthe JavaScript programming language it gives to the web developers the capacity of programming on the front-end and back-end of ...

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Ryan Dahl – Why his invention is interesting developers ?


Ever heard of Node.js ? Well, if not then here is what this is. Node.js is an open source, cross-platform runtime environment for networking and server-side applications. Node.js applications are usually written in Javascript. They can also be used or run within the Node.js runtime on Microsoft Windows, OS X, FreeBSD, Linux, IBM I and NonStop. Node.js applications give an ...

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Node.JS ! Reliable Software


Node.JS was created in 2009 by Ryan Dahl, and other designers operational at Joyent.  Node.JS was formed and first published for Linux use in 2009. Its expansion and conservation was led by Ryan Dahl and supported by Joyent, the firm where Dahl worked. Dahl was enthused to make Node.JS after sighted a file upload advancement bar on Flickr. It clicks ...

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