Few Reasons Why You Should Love Develop With Node.js
Every new startup faces a decision which technology to use to develop the business. Depending on it your startup will be successful or maybe will fail. When our clients come to us, they always ask us to give some advice before they start their journey. And our team is glad to help everyone to make the right choice. We have many years of experience in development and very often we offer our clients development with Node.js.
And we have a few reasons why we like Node.js so much and why you should like it too.
#1 Faster delivery
For startups, the position of fast delivery of a product to a user is a frequent requirement. These are quite understandable actions and thanks to the Node.js that is easily implemented. If you need to launch your application as quickly as possible, such technology is a right choice.
First way of high delivery comes through exchanging the model code and checks between the client and the server, which is a major efficiency for the developer.
One more thing that our team loves in work with Node.js is communication between the back-end part and front-end part. There are no mismatches and if you are a developer yourself, we think you will agree with us too.
All those listed points will help you to save your time and launch the startup faster.
#2 With Node.js you can make changes faster
Startups can change some fundamental parts of the business model over time. Node.js allows business to stay flexible due to software architecture patterns that are used during Node.js development. E.g. microservice architecture (you can check out our article about it).
#3 You can scale Node.js easily
The main goal when creating a new startup is to make it scalable with not only business models, but with technology too.
It can be difficult to choose the right technology for your startup and it depends on the main idea of the project and some future changes. But in our opinion at the beginning you should keep your startup lean. And the best way to do it is to develop your project with Node.js technology.
on 4 November 2020