- Object-Oriented Scripting Language
- Client edge Technology
- Validation of user's input
- Interpreter centered
- Lightweight and delicate
- Handling events
- Server Load
- Client-Side Security
- Browser support
LinkedIn is by far the most popular professional social media and networking website in the world. With more than 600 million members located throughout the world, the platform helps white-collar workers develop a professional network and search for career opportunities
The mobile ride-sharing company Uber has grown in leaps and bounds since it was founded in 2009. While the company initially launched with limited transportation services in San Francisco proper only, its services are now available in 173 countries across the globe.
Uber uses Node.js for their application and they use it for the following reasons:
- It can process a huge amount of information quickly.
- It is perfect for rapid interaction
- Improvements are made continually and ensures that the language involves with the user end.
React Native was created to solve a major problem with Facebook’s mobile applications. Cross-platform development allows companies to develop mobile applications that function on multiple operating systems.
Facebook created React Native to overcome the use design challenge. The deployment of native applications has improved Facebook’s user experience. Real-time events on the user dashboard now load twice as quickly and the app has fewer bugs than before. Just as importantly, Facebook’s users love their new native apps and improved user experience.
Netflix uses Node.js as it solved the problem of Netflix developers using two different languages as one for the front end and one for the backend.