Node.js is already blazing fast thanks to its event driven and asynchronous nature. But, in the modern web just being fast is not enough. If you are planning to develop your next web app using Node.js you must take every possible step to make sure your app is faster than usual. This article presents 10 tips that are known to speed up your Node based web app tremendously. So, let’s see each of them one by one.
As part of our stewardship of Node.js®, this resource is dedicated to sharing tools and techniques we use at Joyent to operate Node.js in production. From coding styles and design considerations through debugging large distributed systems, we intend to document our Node.js development and production practices.
You may remember our previous post on Node.js Best Practices. In this article we will continue with more best practices that can help you become a better Node.js developer.
We get asked about Node.js best practices, tips all the time - so this post intends to clean things up, and summarizes the basics of how we write Node.js at RisingStack. Some of these Node.js best practices fall under the category of Coding style, some deals with Developer workflow.
I am currently working at Trifacta. I was previously a Node.js software engineer at Zendesk. I wrote their real-time notification infrastructure (Radar) and many other things. Before that I was a doctoral student (Information Systems Science) at Aalto University School of Economics. I have a Masters in Cognitive Science from Helsinki University, and am proud to be a United World College graduate.