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At a Glance: Node.js

Introduced in 2009, Node.js is an open-source, JavaScript-based, server-side development platform and runtime environment. If you’re looking to build a MEAN stack—MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and Node.js—you’ll need the help of Node.js developer to build, run, and test the back end of your new web project.
Node.js developers can help you build the back end for fast, asynchronous dynamic websites and applications. They can construct real-time web APIs, web servers, networking tools, and modules that make up the behind-the-scenes elements of a dynamic webpage. A Node.js programmer can also use the runtime environment to run live unit tests of your website, incorporating Agile development practices like test-driven development (TDD). Because Node.js is written in JavaScript, it brings event-driven programming server side, allowing the server to handle process loops from multiple APIs without the slowdown caused by threading. Combining it with frameworks like Socket.IO, Connect, and Express.js can greatly accelerate the development process. The talented Node.js developers on Upwork can bring the speed and efficiency of JavaScript to the back-end logic on your web servers.

Mobile Development

7 Common Mistakes That Could Affect Your Android App’s Performance

Mobile development is much different than desktop programming—there are UI elements, battery usage, bandwidth, and operating system support to account for. Any of these aspects can hurt your Android app’s performance, and your user experience. For Android developers, here are tips on a few common mistakes to avoid when designing and building a mobile app.

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October 26, 2016

Mobile Development

Migrating Your iOS App to Swift 3

When Apple released the beta of the newest version of its IDE Xcode 8 in June 2016, they released a beta update of Swift 3 along with it—the newest, open-source iteration of the Swift mobile programming language. Read on to learn more about what’s new with the language, reasons why you should consider migrating now, and tips on getting started.

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October 25, 2016

Mobile Development

Helpful Tips & Best Practices for Android Developers

Many programmers will tell you that some of the biggest mistakes they’ve made have been through trial and error. Even an experienced developer can benefit from reviewing some of the best practices that Google lays out for Android projects. To help you start your Android app project off on the right foot, here are a few tips and best practices to consider.

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October 24, 2016

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