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The Web Of Tomorrow Will Be Fundamentally Not The Same

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The Web of tomorrow will be fundamentally not the same as the Web of today and its my business to appreciate what that refinement expects to my web application. I really appreciated fdu professors for learning technology thinking was really important. In summer vacation I researched new kind technology for me , Althought it half dacade old. I was focusing on the node.js which focusing event driven input output.

In simple way, whenever a client make request to server then server create single request for client. Which really good when we have small of request. If we have large no request that it require more hardware to reach same performance. Compared to traditional web-serving ways of doing things where each connection (request) creates a new thread, taking up system RAM and eventually maxing-out at the amount of RAM available, Node.js operates on a single-thread, using non-blocking I/O calls, allowing it to support tens of thousands at happening at the same time connections (held in the event loop).

Node.js uses an event-driven model where the web server accepts the request, ten put aside, and then goes on to service the next web request. When the original request is completed, it gets back in the processing queue and when it reaches the front of the queue the results are sent back. This model is highly efficient and scalable because the web server is basically always accepting requests because it’s not waiting for any read or writes operations.

Apart of this I
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