Node.js (Node) is an open source development platform for executing JavaScript code server-side. Node is useful for developing applications that require a persistent connection from the browser to the server and is often used for real-time applications such as chat, news feeds and web push notifications.

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    Why Learn NodeJs?
    As long as you have a computer, you can learn Node.js—its entire tech stack is free for use and open-source. Node.js is also frequently listed as one of the best starters for beginner programmers because of its syntax and because JavaScript is an interpreted language. If you’re familiar with C++ and Java, Node.js’ language will be especially familiar. Because Node.js allows developers to use non-blocking I/O, they can also build complex applications without their code becoming more complex.
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    Node.js allows you to use non-blocking I/O in which threads (in this case sequential, not concurrent), which can manage multiple requests. If one can’t be processed, it’s effectively ‘withheld’ as a promise, which means it can be executed later without holding up other threads. This means Node.js can help you build applications of considerable complexity without adding to the complexity of your code.
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    Benefits of NodeJs:
    • High-performance for Real-time Applications.
    • Easy Scalability for Modern Applications.
    • Easy to Learn and Quick to Adapt.
    • Reduces Time-to-Market of your applications.