With how much it has found itself incorporated into the web development world today, it can be hard for some to understand what Node is, or what it is intended to do. I know it was tricky for me. It was hard to differentiate it from Javascript itself as creating a web application will typically involve using a great deal of Node-related functions and modules within the actual JS code. Certain frameworks rely heavily on Node functionality; React in particular gets a great deal of mileage out of the module exports feature. It isn’t often explained when and where Node…

Donovan Dwyer

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