Node.js, a cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment for servers and applications, offers many benefits. Low memory usage, good performance, and a large ecosystem of packages, which currently number about 475,000, have made Node.js a popular choice for building web servers, REST APIs, real-time network applications (e.g. chat, games), and even cross-platform desktop apps.If you haven’t already gotten started with Node.js, perhaps it’s time.

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In this article, we’ll step through installing Node.js and the NPM package manager, spinning up a simple web server, and using the Node.js cluster module to take advantage of multiple CPU cores.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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