Top 30 Node.js Development Companies

Last updated: February 17, 2021
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Web technologies are constantly evolving. So, the advent of HTML5 turned a lot of things literally upside down. Browsers with HTML5 support are very volatile, each update makes its own adjustments. And all this requires modern tools for developing interactive solutions.

One of the most famous “musthave” tools for developers of software solutions for JavaScript is Node.js platform. It is very simple and intuitive even for beginners. At the same time, Node.js developers can work with server technologies and implement interactive work using computer capabilities of users. Among other things, this platform allows Node.js development company to run code from the command line of any of the common OS.

Let's look at the main features of Node.js:

Speed
One of the main advantages of Node.js is speed. JavaScript code executed in Node.js can be twice as fast as code written in compiled languages like C or Java, and interpreted languages like Python or Ruby. The reason for this is the non-blocking architecture of the platform. Node.js is a very fast platform.

Simplicity
Node.js platform is easy to learn and use. In fact, it is downright very simple, especially when compared to some other server platforms.

JavaScript
Node.js runs JavaScript code. This means that millions of front-end developers who already use JavaScript in the browser can write both server-side and client-side code in the same programming language without having to learn a whole new tool to move to server-side development.

V8 engine
At the core of Node.js, among other solutions, is Google's open source V8 JavaScript engine, which is used in Google Chrome and other browsers. This means that Node.js is taking advantage of thousands of engineers who made the JavaScript Chrome runtime incredibly fast and continue to work towards improving V8.

Asynchrony
In traditional programming languages (C, Java, Python, PHP), all instructions are blocking by default, unless the developer explicitly takes care of executing the code asynchronously. As a result, if, for example, in such an environment, you make a network request to download some JSON code, the execution of the stream from which the request is made will be suspended until the response is received and processed.

Libraries
Thanks to the simplicity and ease of use with a package manager for Node.js called npm, the Node.js ecosystem is thriving. There are now over half a million open source packages in the npm registry that any Node.js developer can freely use.

Today Node is rightfully considered as one of the leading platforms for web development, and most of the web tools, server and client, work with this tool. This means a huge selection of programmers and web development companies in the market. We have collected the best companies that specialize in Node.js and who you can trust your software project.

David Malan

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