Our Solutions in MEAN stack Development
Firstly, for performance and scalability. Node is fast. With the advantage of this platform, reading and writing to network connections, to the filesystem, and to the database–all very common tasks in web apps, it executes very, very fast. The website built in Node.js is highly capable of acting as a web server with the help of the in-built library.
Here are most common use cases in Node.js development
Scalable and Handling Real-Time services
Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices. Node.js excels at many concurrent connections, then it makes sense that it excels at multi-user, real-time web applications like chat and games. The real-time power comes thru use of the WebSocket protocol.
APIs on top of the development
Node.JS with expressJS and Mongooes module can make database driven RESTful API services for web and mobile applications.
In traditional web platforms, HTTP requests and responses are stateless and treated like isolated event. in fact, they’re actually streams. This observation can be utilized in Node.js to build some cool features. For example, it’s possible to process files while they’re still being uploaded, as the data comes in through a stream and we can process it in an online fashion.