Node 16.18.0

Node 16.18.0


Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform, JavaScript runtime environment that enables the execution of JavaScript code outside of a browser. It provides developers with a powerful toolset to build scalable, high-performance applications for server-side programming. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model, making it highly efficient and suitable for real-time applications such as chat systems, online gaming, and social media platforms. With a vast ecosystem of packages and libraries, Node.js has become one of the most popular tools for building modern web applications.

  • Asynchronous and event-driven I/O model
  • Server-side JavaScript execution outside of a web browser
  • Cross-platform compatibility for Windows, macOS, and Linux
  • Large and active ecosystem of modules and packages
  • Fast and efficient runtime performance

  • Web Application Development: Node.js is a popular choice for building scalable web applications. Its non-blocking I/O model allows it to handle a large number of concurrent connections efficiently, making it well-suited for applications that require real-time data exchange.
  • Command Line Tools: Node.js can be used to build command line tools for automating tasks and performing system administration tasks. It provides easy access to file systems, network protocols, and operating system APIs, making it a versatile tool for building cross-platform command line applications.

  1. Install Node.js on your system
  2. Write your JavaScript code using the Node.js runtime environment
  3. Use the Node Package Manager (NPM) to install any required modules and packages
  4. Run your Node.js application using the node command in the terminal

  • Built on the V8 JavaScript engine from Google Chrome
  • Uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model
  • Provides a single-threaded event loop for handling asynchronous operations
  • Supports both CommonJS and ECMAScript modules
  • Comes with a built-in debugger for debugging Node.js applications
  • Supports HTTP, HTTPS, and WebSocket protocols for building web applications

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