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What is faster — Tomcat or Node.js with Express?

JavaScript is more straightforward than Java, let’s see if it is also faster.

Web applications with server-side code written in JavaScript are getting increasingly more widespread nowadays. It is interesting to compare performance of a mature Java-based web server to a server based on relatively young Node.js JavaScript runtime.

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Marian Čaikovski

Marian Čaikovski

Java, JavaScript and SQL developer. Interested in data collection and visualization. Comment and disagree with my personal notes on tiny problems that I faced.

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