We Develop High-Performance NodeJS Servers & Applications
We specialize in building powerful applications for data-intensive use cases with best-in-class NodeJS development services.
Leaner websites for high-availability & performance.
Highly-scalable cross-device web applications.
Intuitive live product builders & configurators.
Node is able to run on a wide variety of operating systems, including Windows and Unix-based systems (such as Linux and macOS), which allows for ease of integration with existing infrastructure and the ability for web application teams to determine a best-fit solution.
Node is one of the most powerful runtime server environments, and as such can be used for the development of almost any type of server or application.
We leverage the advantages of Node.js to build high-performance, fit-for-purpose backends.
Node.js provides significant scope for scalability over time compared to legacy backend architectures
Achieve a higher level of performance with Node.js backends
For data-heavy applications, Node.js can leverage async processing
Advantages of Node.js
Consolidate your tech stack
Good Level of Scalability
At its core, Node.js was built to be scalable.
High level of Performance
Node has the ability to process multiple functions simultaneously, which is a big pro over legacy programming languages such as PHP.
Greater Level of Security
Greater level of security compared to legacy backend apps built on technology such as PHP
Node.js is fast. With its ability to handle multiple concurrent requests, coupled with native support for asynchronous functions, Node is able to deliver speed that rivals competing environments. In addition to its caching abilities, this makes Node a very viable option for fast, high-performance and scalable web applications.
Existing web applications can be moved to Node.js through a process that we refer to as web application migration. This involves the redevelopment and reimplementation of an existing server or application as a Node-based alternative. Lots of legacy applications can be effectively redeveloped as Node apps, making it possible to take advantage of the gains Node brings in relation to data-heavy processing. Legacy backends such as those running on PHP, Laravel or Coldfusion are popular candidates for reimplementation as modern Node applications, and for good reason. We also see a lot of situations where an application was initially chosen due to high levels of accessibility, such as Wordpress, but over time it becomes clear that it’s no longer suited to the growing demands of modern applications.