How good is Node JS compared to PHP?

  • You want to build a web application for your own requirements or your company.
  • You are not looking for a HIGH TRAFFIC web application, but rather an application that can cater to multiple user requests to serve the web application.
  • You want to design a server-side web application.
  • The cost of the development of the web application should be budget-friendly and affordable.
  • The time required to design and develop web applications must not be a huge amount.
  • You want lesser maintenance activities to be performed on your web applications.
  • You want stability in terms of your code to design your web application.
  • You are looking for ease of deployment and integration when it comes to your web application.
  • A blog or an e-commerce website with a CMS would work favorably for you.
  • You want to build front end web applications.
  • You are looking for a HIGH-PERFORMANCE web application that can cater to many and multiple web requests. The amount of traffic that this application can handle is double or triple at times of what PHP is able to handle.
  • You need a robust and reliable webserver to server user requests and is able to not fail in handling the user requests.
  • You want to use Node JS for a multitude of applications including web apps, multithreaded apps, game servers, browsers and many more.
  • You value time over anything else hence you want a much faster. technology that can serve web apps within seconds instead of minutes.
  • You require a faster backend solution for designing and developing your web apps.
  • You require a much more flexible approach towards your web application.
  • You want your application to be much more responsive and interactive.
  • You want to design a dynamic and single page application.
  • You wish to design a real-time application such as instant messengers.

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