Node.js

Node.js

When Node.js was gaining the traction, we knew something was different. JavaScript on the server wasn’t anything new. In fact, server-side JavaScript has existed almost as long as client-side JavaScript. With Node, the speed of the JavaScript runtimes, coupled with the event-based parallelism that many JavaScript programmers were already familiar with, were indeed compelling. And not just for client-side JavaScript developers, which was our background, Node attracted developers from the systems level to various server-side backgrounds, PHP and Java. We all found ourselves excited to switch to Node.

At that time, Node was changing a lot, but we stuck with it and learned a whole lot in the process. From the start, Node focused on making a small, low-level core library that would provide enough functionality for a large applications to grow. We have worked with very popular Express to robust Hapi.js to develop web applications using Node.

With Node and Angular, our new recruits develop fullstack applications with their Javascript training.