You can easily share with Node.js Sharing library code packages is easily allowed in the Node.js community. These packages can be shared culturally, legally, procedurally as well as technically. Node.js comes with Node Package Manager because a large number of packages are included. It is therefore very likely that you will find the package you need, because someone else may have already created it. You can create your own Node.js packages and then easily share them with other users. To create a package, you can use the code below: Hello | index.js | Once the package is created, you can use the code below to use the package in another application. Hello World | app.js You can now browse the package to its folder and then run it. Once you've run it, you can now use it like any other Node.js package. See also: Top 10 IDEs for Node.js Application Development 3. Node.js has great real-time power Real-time has been greatly simplified with Node.js. It works very well in many simultaneous connections, which therefore makes it excellent in real-time multi-user applications for example gaming, chatting and much more. The multi-user requirement in node.js is handled well by its event loop while its real-time power is experienced through the use of the web socket protocol; it is basically a two-way communication channel between server and client using Node.js. With this communication channel, the client can easily send data to the server, in the same way that the server can easily send data to the client.
Node.js offers event-driven programming Node.js uses events all the way, which is why it's faster than any other similar technology. Once you start the Node.js server, it will simply initialize its variables, then declare its functions and wait for events to occur. In such an application, there is the main loop, whose mandate is to listen for events in order to trigger the callback function in case one or all of the triggered events are detected.