NodeJs

see 2009-11-30-NodeJs

Some call it a Javascript Server Framework, others say it's a network-app-server like Twisted Matrix, and you pick from multiple Javascript Server Framework-s that are built on top of it.

http://nodejs.org/ Node is similar in design to and influenced by systems like Ruby's Event Machine or Python's Twisted Matrix. Node takes the event model a bit further—it presents the event loop as a language construct instead of as a library... But what about multiple-processor concurrency? Aren't threads necessary to scale programs to multi-core computers? Processes are necessary to scale to multi-core computers, not memory-sharing threads. The fundamentals of scalable systems are fast networking and non-blocking design—the rest is message passing. In future versions, Node will be able to fork new processes (using the WebWorkers API ) which fits well into the current design.

http://blog.lmorchard.com/2014/10/23/node-project-layout/

Nov'2015: Dave Winer thinks the way Node does async is a fundamental weakness that will eventually be routed around by a new framework, as JSON replaced XML. PhilJones nodes some work in FunctionalReactiveProgramming.


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