Leading Node JS Services
Industry-Leading Node JS Services
Open-source, easily scalable, and significantly lightweight; NodeJS is a leading applications development framework mastered by experts at NextBigIt. Best known for its hassle-free server-side proxy capacity, NodeJS is sought out for its seamless handling of multiple connections at a time; while conspicuously working in a non-blocking manner.
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At BigNextIt, NodeJS developers are highly skilled and widely experienced in applying the NodeJS frameworks to your technology needs. Exploiting NodeJS capacities such as extensive AWS support, rapid development potential, and a powerfully-built package manager; NodeJS developers at NextBigIt are well able to deliver applications customized to your needs, easily stackable against Python, Go, Java, and Ruby on Rails.
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Each NodeJs developer at our firm has a technically-advanced mindset to provide next-gen services, solving complex business problems with proactive finesse.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Node. js is primarily used for non-blocking, event-driven servers, due to its single-threaded nature. It’s used for traditional web sites and back-end API services, but was designed with real-time, push-based architectures in mind.
- Internet of Things (IoT) …
- Real-Time Chat Apps. …
- Single-Page Applications (SPAs) …
- Real-Time Collaboration Tools. …
- Streaming Apps. …
A common misconception among developers is that Node. js is a backend framework and is only used for building servers. This isn’t true: Node. js can be used both on the frontend and the backend.
You can achieve multithreading by generating multiple nodes or Node. js V8 engines which in isolation are single-threaded. It is still correct to say Node. js is not multi-threaded.