When it comes to back-end development, we use Node.js as the primary focus technology. And we have a solid reason for that.
Under the hood, Node.js is a runtime environment, based on V8, Google Chrome’s engine. The development community greatly appreciated Node.js when it was first introduced in 2008. Node.js, being an open-source tool, applies primarily to web servers. As far as it runs JS code, developers can write both server- and client-side code in one single programming language instead of two.
Node.js can be used in a couple of ways, and mostly is applied to back-end development. To use it for desktop apps or frontend is a less common practice.
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