Structuring A NodeJS API In An Efficient Way

NodeJS uses Google’s V8 engine to bring JavaScript to the server side. JavaScript is a programming language that supports event based programming (just look at the OnClick() in browser environments) and has functions as first class members. This makes it a perfect fit for event-callback constructs that are a cornerstone of asynchronous programming.

The following image shows usage of JavaScript/NodeJS over the last 12 months:

This is how website use NodeJS in different segments of the industry:

When starting the process of building an API, the priority is to make it as efficient as possible in terms of performance — whether that is overall performance or routing performance. If you have selected NodeJS as the platform for your API, then it’s a wise choice.

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