So I’m getting started with Node.js and I’ve done many things with it, which are pretty awesome for me. However, all of them are web-related.
So, let’s say, I want to build an IRC server with Node.js — it already exists -. How much perfomance must I expect from Node.js? I meant, I know it’s not C(++) and it’s almost new, but apart from that, is it a good way to build a server of something non-web related?
Sorry if I’ve not been very clear with this question, although I think it’s understable.
Thank you very much in advance.
Problem courtesy of: WhatCoder
is it a good way to build a server of something non-web related?
Yes. Its strength is in DIRT applications (data intensive, real time).
I would like to know the real perfomance of Node.js
What does this mean? In what context? This is too vague a way to approach performance of any type. You need specific goals in mind for a project, and then you can judge what tool is right for the job.
Solution courtesy of: Josh