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In this blogpost I’d like to share with you my impressions of writing an experimental app in Node.js with no experience in server-side JavaScript. I am a Ruby on Rails developer with extensive experience in Ember.js - so it was about time to try server JS!
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E-commerce platform is a complex system from a technical perspective. To make all the pieces work together, you need a reliable technology that will support it. Node.js is fast and scalable, but how to make sure it’s the right match for your platform?
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 How can introducing microservices into your next project make it better? There’s a number of clear, tangible benefits of using microservices for app development. But how can connecting microservices and Node.js enhance the project workflow and what business values does it bring to the project? We will explain it step by step.
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If you want to develop a successful product, you need to have trusted people on board. You may have the best idea for a new app the world has ever seen. You’ve chosen Node.js as your JavaScript runtime environment, because you’re expecting big traffic and want your app to be scalable. You’ve done your market research, and know for absolute certain that there’s a keen and eager customer base practically bursting at the seams to get their hands on the very solution you’ll soon be launching in app stores. However, if you don’t have the right people behind your project, the chances of your application even reaching the launch stage - let alone taking app stores by storm - are slim to none.
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We have been looking for a solution that would enhance the team’s workflow and make it more efficient. And we have created it! Let us present how considerably it impacts project timelines and how it can help your business meet its goals.
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In our everyday work we use many tools that help us create many things better and faster - Confluence, Github, Jira, Google Calendar etc. We are growing fast and the number of tools we use can be a little overwhelming for newcomers and even for veterans. It's sometimes difficult to find all the needed pieces of information without getting disturbed. Some of the tools we use don’t provide the kinds of summaries or insights that could help us to better monitor our work progress.
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5 Node.js Trends You Should Watch in 2019

With 98% of Fortune 500 companies and 96% of IoT startups incorporating Node.js in their technology stack, we have no doubt its ecosystem will grow even faster than it did in the previous years. The benchmarks for virtually everything are reaching new heights: Node is faster than ever at processing asynchronous requests and can handle handle big data-sets increasingly well. The possible merger of the Node.js Foundation and JS Foundation would undoubtedly bring a new quality to the Node.js landscape. Node.js gets more resilient with every release and is actively used by organizations such as NASA, PayPal, Uber, Netflix, Ebay, Medium, LinkedIn, and Walmart, some of which have already implemented what we believe will be on everyone’s mind when it comes to Node.js in 2019.
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Moonfare is a company providing its users - professional and semi-professional investors - with access to top private equity funds. The company has already developed an impressive network of skilled professionals who helped to build a successful offline product. However, Moonfare also strives to run its services online and, in doing so, it wants to offer unparalleled experience both in terms of accessibility and performance to its demanding customers.
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5 Tips for Hiring Top Node.Js Developers

Chances are that if you are reading this article, you already know that you want and need to hire top Node.js developers. Maybe you are following in the steps of Airbnb, Linkedin or NASA, the same as many smaller companies or startups do. Or perhaps you fell in love with Javascript, and to make that love is real, you have decided to use Node.js.
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Node.js has become the most popular development environment. An increasing number of developers and companies (including tech giants such as LinkedIn or PayPal) are praising Node for its impressive performance. It’s an excellent choice for building scalable apps, and thanks to its microservices architecture, it is easier to set up a quality web application than ever before. We’ve listed six biggest benefits that make Node.js a strong rival for other frameworks when it comes to web development.
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With Node.js you can not only quickly build stable and scalable web applications using modules and packages, but also customising each element with it is easier than with any other backend technology available.
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Ever considered using Node.js for CPU-intensive computing? If so, you must be aware that it is not the best way to go. This, however, may change in the future as a new face of Node.js is appearing on the horizon.
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Node.js has many advantages as a backend solution for your web app. It's widely used, easy to learn, and has a vibrant community around it. Node.js offers impressive performance, scales up and down quickly, and integrates seamlessly with other services. Additionally, it’s perfect for real-time communication, which is becoming a must for a growing number of projects.
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An active community around the technology you use for your application can be an essential factor supporting the success of your venture. It will speed up your software development, make it error-proof, connect you with the best specialists, and even help you promote your product and services.
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Even if ASP.NET has established a strong presence among industry leaders over the years, Node.js is quickly gaining traction as a viable alternative. Successful enterprises such as LinkedIn, Groupon, Uber, Netflix, and Ebay recently took advantage of Node.js in building their solutions.
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The key differences between Java and Node.js is that the first  has remained one of the most popular programming languages for the last 22 years. Used by millions of developers all over the globe, Java Scrips holds the title of the most widely deployed language in the world, and its surrounding environments such as a runtime like Node.JS are gaining traction as well. In fact, industry giants like eBay, LinkedIn, Groupon, Uber, and Netflix have been choosing Node.js over other solutions for building web applications. So how does Node.js compare to a strong language like Java? Read on to find out.
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Thanks to the microservices architecture, it is easier to set up a quality web application than ever before. Just write the core engine and connect it with the best services that provide the application repository, database, communication, payments, login, and authentication. Doing all this is much easier if your app runs on Node.js than on any other backend environment.
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Node.js is an excellent choice for building scalable apps. It works perfectly with the leading cloud computing tools, keeps the infrastructure costs under control, and gives you access to the best services that predict usage spikes, expand resources and control the development process.
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Node.js has become the most popular development environment. It has an active community, it is easy to learn, because front-end developers are familiar with it, and it allows you to create one full-stack JavaScript team for the back-end and front-end of your web app. An increasing number of Node.js users (including tech giants such as LinkedIn or PayPal) are praising Node for its impressive performance. It's good at multitasking, doesn't weight down the server, and works on Chrome V8, the fastest JavaScript engine available.
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Node.js and Python are two established solutions for server-side application development. With either platform, your team can develop and manage web apps of any complexity and functionality. As an app owner, you might be wondering which tool to choose for your next project. The choice will not be easy, and to make the final decision you should be aware of the advantages and limitations of Node and Python, and, more importantly, understand cases and types of applications where Node.js could be better than Python, and vice versa.
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