What Startups Need To Know About Node.Js.
Updated October 6, 2023
Before Node.js, the normal procedure was for dynamic web content – content that changes depending on information from the browser accessing it – to be scripted on the server side and sent as a complete update. This could be as simple as choosing a geographic location or local time to display on the page – the information would flow to the server, and then be sent back to the browser. For many simple processes, this wouldn’t cause significant lag – but with bandwidth and processing power going up, and end-user patience going down, a faster, more efficient way of handling data was necessary. Hello Node.js.