If you wanted your web application to support more users, you had to add more and more servers. Of course, this adds to a business’s server costs, traffic costs, labor costs, and more. Adding to those costs are the potential technical issues — a user can be using different servers for each request, so any shared resources have to be shared across all the servers.
Node solves this issue by changing how a connection is made to the server. Instead of spawning a new OS thread for each connection. It also claims that it will never deadlock, since there are no locks allowed and it doesn’t directly block for I/O calls. It claims that a server running it can support tens of thousands of concurrent connections.
Node is extremely well-designed for situations where you are expecting a high amount of traffic and the server-side logic and processing required isn’t necessarily large before responding to the client.
Node is intended to run on a machine and to serve some requests. Just like a normal web server, but with few differences. First of all Node is not only serving HTTP requests, but also TCP.
Professional Soft-Tech has an excellent team that includes NodeJS developers who are always developing something better than their previous work.
Features of Node.js:
- Deal with API or realtime websocket programming.
- Amazing & Rich web applications.
- ajax and json communication feels natural and easy.
- rich set of community driven open source modules.