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How to hire dedicated Node.js Developers

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How to hire dedicated Node.js Developers

A cross-platform, open-source runtime environment called Node.js enables programmers to create JavaScript-based server-side applications. Node.js, which Ryan Dahl developed in 2009, is extremely scalable, has an effective event-driven architecture, and has a sizable development community.

Node.js's ability to handle massive volumes of data and support high concurrency is one of its main advantages; this makes it ideal for creating real-time online applications like chat platforms, gaming servers, and streaming services. Node.js does this by using a non-blocking I/O architecture, which enables the processing of numerous requests concurrently without delaying the main thread.

Node.js Key points

Team work

Node.js is an open-source server environment, and it runs on various platforms, including Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X, etc.

Until the introduction of Node.js, using JavaScript on the server side was only a concept. With Node.js, JavaScript can be used for front-end and back-end development, making the language more consistent across the entire application. This is in contrast to the applications where different languages are used for the front end (like JavaScript, HTML, and CSS) and back end (like Asp.Net, Java, Ruby on Rails, or PHP).

With the use of Node.js, you can use JavaScript throughout the development of an application. This makes the development much more efficient and easier as you will not have to keep a team of people with different expertise for the front and back end.

Node.js also allows you to customize the working environment per the project’s requirements. You can either use JavaScript or TypeScript to work with.

One of the most significant advantages of using Node.js is the largest software registry (library) it hosts. With over one million packages, finding a solution to a problem in your development cycle is very easy.

Since creating an API in Node is very simple, Node.js is an ideal choice for developers constructing microservice environments since they link multiple APIs together.

Node.js runs single-threaded, non-blocking, asynchronous programming, which is very memory efficient, making it an ideal choice for microservices.

Another advantage of using Node.js is the native support it receives from Amazon Web Services (AWS). Node.js is compatible with Amazon’s in-browser integrated development environment. It has one of the lowest entry barriers for a scalable microservice.

Codestore: A source for your Node.js developer needs

CodeStore has a talent pool of 70+ experts working across various technologies and around eight years of experience building and maintaining custom software solutions for global clients. Our team of Node.js has people with a wide range of experience and is available to serve the needs of clients of various sizes. We bring a team structure that guarantees the successful delivery of your work. Every engagement, whether small or large, is supported by the system, which consists of a project manager and internal QA to ensure the delivery of quality work on time.


Node.js development solutions we built

Cross platform

Caddy Management System

The Caddy Management System is an app developed for the golf courses to manage the caddies to transport people and golf equipment. It has been launched successfully and eased the caddy management like never before.

all language supported app

Conference Management

The Conference Management App is developed using the development platform Node.Js. Our developers have crafted this Application loaded with many exciting features keeping in mind the management issues faced during conferences and are loaded with many exciting features.

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