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Node.JS (NoJS) Development

Affordable. Effective. Performant.

We offer a wide variety of Node.JS development services to help you create responsive front-end environments using the Javascript runtime environment. Our team has a history of working with Node.JS and creating exciting and robust web applications.


  • Creation of New Web Applications using Node.JS
  • Upgrading Existing Applications to the Node.JS Framework
  • Embedding simple Node.JS Modules
  • Development of Robust and Complex Node.JS Applications
  • Detailed Agile Project Management
  • Full Web Design Based in the Node.JS Framework
  • Complete Quality Assurance (QA) Services


  • Developing Scalable Node.JS Environments
  • Design Thinking In Javascript Framework
  • Streamlining Development for Node.JS
  • Creating Engaging Reporting Tools
  • Fully Responsive Node.jS Web Layouts
  • Data Grid and Drill-down Functionalities
  • Performanct Website Load Times
  • Analytics

Full Service Node.JS Development

Our Node.JS experts ensure the best solutions are in place to help you achieve the most performant results.

Wonderment assesses the needs and limitations of each unique project. From there, we outline the best path – whether implementing third party tools or constructing custom solutions. In all cases, the goal is always the same – speed, reliability, and the ability to make big data understandable.



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About Node.js

Node.js is a lightweight and powerful Javascript platform built on top of Google Chrome’s JavaScript V8 engine. Compared to traditional platforms, Node.js makes it very easy for developers to write efficient and scalable applications with very little effort. At its heart, Node.js is asynchronous meaning that operations execute in a non-blocking fashion. The non-blocking I/O model of Node.js makes it a great candidate for writing very fast and efficient API layers for a variety of applications.

Should I consider using Node.js for my application?

Cost of Development
One of the most important factors in choosing a development platform is cost of development and maintenance. This cost can be significantly different in different platforms. Traditionally, companies hired back-end developers to work on server-side frameworks and front-end developers to develop the client-side of the applications. Node.js brings these two groups of developers together and makes it easier for developers to engage in full-stack development. This can have a huge impact on the cost of development as companies can hire full-stack developers who can handle both the client side and the server side. Also, there’s not a steep learning curve involved with Node.js as most of the developers are already familiar with JavaScript. This reduces the learning curve involved and developers are usually able to get up to speed with Node.js in a short period of time.
Node.js is one of the most common platforms for writing web apps and API layers of applications. Node.js is capable of handling large numbers of simultaneous connections at great performance and a high throughput. Node.js is very different than other languages such as Java or C# when it comes to concurrency. In Node.js, there’s one main thread of execution and a number of background threads dedicated to I/O related tasks. The main thread takes tasks from the queue and executes them and as soon as the operation is complete – the callback is placed on the queue. One of the great advantages of Node.js is that concurrency is extremely simple for developers and they don’t have to deal with complex traditional multi-threading scenarios. This simplicity is not completely free, however; you can’t just spin off a new thread and have the work completed in a different thread without the usage of other libraries. Traditional choices like Java may still be a better option if you’re looking for complex multi-threaded applications that require extensive level of architecture and development.
Speed of Development
Node.js is a great choice if you’re looking to go live quickly. Developers write a lot less lines of codes in Node.js vs. C# or Java for doing standard web and API layers. Also, the simplicity of Javascript lets developers do everything much faster than other programming languages.
Number of Available Libraries
Node.js is an amazing platform when it comes to the number of available packages and libraries. All the modern third-parties and libraries are available as Node.js packages and Node.js has become one of the standards for showing sample codes and documentations due to the simplicity of Javascript.

Common Node.js use cases

Node.JS has a variety of use cases, but the following are some of the most common:


Node.js is known for creating very efficient and fast APIs. It’s a perfect choice for handling a huge number of requests per second that are I/O driven or require fetching or writing data into database. The event-driven and non-blocking I/O architecture of Node.js brings scalability and high throughput to the API layer of the application which is relatively difficult to achieve in any other framework.

Real-Time Applications and Streaming

Building real-time services are quite challenging with any framework as it requires a pretty responsive service that can handle many requests at a very fast speed. Creating real-time applications such as an online chat can be extremely complex with traditional frameworks, but Node.js makes it very simple and seamless for developers to write real-time applications that are as close as possible to real-time with today’s technology.

Who uses Node.js?

Node.js is widely adopted among different startups, midsize and enterprise tech companies. Here are a few examples of where Node.js is being utilized:


Linkedin and Walmart host their mobile API layer with Node.js.


Ebay hosts a pretty sizable HTTP API service with Node.js.


Netflix uses restify, a Node.js module for building REST API web services.


Uber used Node.js to reach two million RPCs per second.


Paypal built their entire consumer facing web applications on top of Node.js.


New York Times used Node.js for developing their mobile applications.


Pinterest has developed many libraries on top of Node.js.

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