What are the uses of Node.js and Angularjs frameworks??

Let’s discuss the various uses of Node.js and AngularJS frameworks in the web development process,

What is Node.js??

Node.js is an open-source platform written in JavaScript. It is used to run JavaScript code externally to the browser during the run-time environment of the application. It has the ability to run on various platforms like Windows, Linux, Unix, macOS. Node.js emerged as the most feasible platform because it reduces the waiting time of processing requests.

Node.js runs single-threaded, asynchronously programming and non-blocking and quite a memory efficient.

The most common task for a web server is getting a file on the server and returning it to the client. Node.js handles multiple tasks by requesting a file from a server by doing the following steps:

  • It sends the task to the system’s file folder.
  • It always readies to handle the upcoming requests.
  • When the file system opens and reads the file, the server sends the content to the client.


Most of the uses of Node.js acts as a great utility in web and application development.


If a huge number of simultaneous requests are received, a database does become more complex to process the requests. But, applications of Node.js  has the ability to handle the database concurrent connections with multiple requests. Even at its peak load, the system maintains its high responsiveness and accuracy.


Data streaming feature of Node.js allows video and audio files that are uploaded to a streaming video service site like YouTube have to be processed to enable the viewers to hear and view all around the globe. These video and audio files processed after they have been uploaded by every single web user. 

With Node.js, the various process such as uploading, saving time and making media widely accessible over the web at a faster rate. In addition to video and audio files, other forms of data also can be processed and viewed in real-time.


Node.js is very powerful in processing the high volumes of I/O bound requests. It is not efficient if a lot of CPUs engage in processing requests on the server. But Node.js is quite efficient in shuffling data around the server where the requests been processed. 

In a single instance, the server has a lot more requests to handle the same as the hardware. Node.js is too efficient in processing multiple requests compared to other platforms.

What is AngularJS??

AngularJS is one among the famous framework which is considered to be a versatile front-end framework. And the reason behind such functionality just because of the languages used in AngularJS(i.e) JavaScript, and HTML.

AngularJS is an open-source front-end web application framework that most suited to develop single-page applications. To be accurate, 90% of developers knew to use Javascript. This makes JavaScript the most popular language to be used among the developers globally. Then the HTML grabbed its place in website development and acts as the base for various other languages.

Well, now it gains popularity among the developers in developing many IoT devices as well. So, AngularJS is the most useful find for web applications and their developers.



There are many third-party frameworks available in AngularJS to facilitate easy integration. Integrating with other third-party frameworks brings many special features to the web application to turn it to a feature-rich application.

Hence, AngularJS becomes the most acceptable and capable to integrate with other frameworks and tools easily.


Filters in AngularJS simply filter the data before they actually reach the view. It also adds various filtering options like formatting decimal places on a number, reversing the order of any range and filtering an array regarding a parameter.

Filters are created to customize the functions that are separate from your application and involves in data transformations.

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