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Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. It allows developers to run JavaScript on the server side, enabling the creation of scalable and high-performance web applications. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model, which makes it efficient and well-suited for real-time applications like chat and messaging systems.
Node.js has a large and active developer community, and it is supported by a wide range of tools and libraries for building web applications. It is used by a variety of organizations, from startups to large enterprises, and is particularly popular for building microservices and serverless applications.

Using NodeJS in Codesphere

The easiest way to get started with NodeJS in Codesphere is to create a workspace from this example GitHub repository: (Todo App Template)[]. This contains a ready to run NodeJS app. Once provisioned head over to CI-Pipeline, run the prepare stage and once completed the run stage.
We intend to keep adding additional example use cases and tutorials for NodeJS to the documentation. Until then, you can explore the following list of blog articles.


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