Node.js

Node.js means JavaScript on the server side. But what does that mean in practice? Read on to understand, in which context Node.js has the most advantages, and how MCS makes it work for you.

Web Application Development often requires large investment on server infrastructure, because with growing user base and activity, the requirement for computing power tends to grow linearly. However this is not desirable for applications which handle relatively small amounts of data for each user. These applications benefit from Node.js because it scales well and is capable of handling huge amounts of connections.

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