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Posted on 29 September 2010 I was lucky enough to have a short chat with Ryan at JSConf.eu last weekend in Berlin about the memory allocation comparison between Node.js and RingoJS I had done. He didn’t have any suggestion for tuning Node.js or V8 for higher memory and garbage collector throughput, but thought it was possible that Node’s lackluster performance in the benchmark had to do with binary buffers and getting data in and out of them.
Recently I have been looking around the internet for various info about Node.js. At first, my intent was to make some sort of infographic on the topic, but later I have changed my mind.
To many beginner Node.JS users, a fundamental and immediate apparent disadvantage of writing their web applications with Node.JS lies in the inability to save a file, refresh the browser and see their changes live. This “problem” is rooted of course in significantly different architectures.
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