What Is Node?

What Is Node?

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Node.js. Ita€™s the latest in a long line of a€œAre you cool enough to use me?a€ programming languages, APIs, and toolkits. In that sense, it lands squarely in the tradition of Rails, and Ajax, and Hadoop, and even to some degree iPhone programming and HTML5. Dig a little deeper, and youa€™ll hear that Node.js (or, as ita€™s more briefly called by many, simply a€œNodea€) is a server-side solution for JavaScript, and in particular, for receiving and responding to HTTP requests. If that doesna€™t completely boggle your mind, by the time the conversation heats up with discussion of ports, sockets, and threads, youa€™ll tend to glaze over. Is this really JavaScript? In fact, why in the world would anyone want to run JavaScript outside of a browser, let alone the server? The good news is that youa€™re hearing (and thinking) about the right things. Node really is concerned with network programming and server-side request/response processing. The bad news is that like Rails, Ajax, and Hadoop before it, therea€™s precious little clear information available. There will be, in time a€” as there now is for these other a€œcoola€ frameworks that have matured a€” but why wait for a book or tutorial when you might be able to use Node today, and dramatically improve the maintainability.Node.js.

Title:What Is Node?
Author: Brett McLaughlin
Publisher:"O'Reilly Media, Inc." - 2011-07-13

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