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Node News Sunday, April 1 Rust, Rust code, Non-blocking i/o model & more…

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  • The reason for writing this story/tutorial is that just a few weeks ago I realized that we could have optimized URL parsing in an other way – by writing a native library with Rust.
  • While that implementation can be easily called from Node.js using the N-API, I have a few reasons not to do so: – – So I’d much prefer a more approachable language, with an easy to use update mechanism and modern tooling: Rust!
  • The crate is a Rust library with native bindings to the types and functions commonly found on various systems, including libc.
  • This allows us to use C types from our Rust code, which we will have to do if we’d like to accept or return anything from our Rust functions.
  • Neon allows us to use JavaScript types in our Rust code.

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  • Getting started with Node.js the rightway!Image from wikipediaOkay, so yeah to the geeks and nerds, they definitely know what Node.js is but for us, according to the official website Node.js is a JavaScript run-time built on Chromes V8 JavaScript engine.
  • Non-blocking I/O – I/O simply means input and output like making a request to reading from a database and writing to a database, what non-blocking means is that a particular user 1 and user 2 can make different requests and expect an output without waiting, delaying and disturbing one another.Event…
  • lol – life just gotbetterGood stuff, but it is not as easy as that, especially if you are someone like me that just jumped into back-end programming starting with Node.js with little knowledge about the JavaScript language itself (Please dont laugh, I had great intentions), It was all fun and…
  • There are basic concepts that should be fully grasped before going into Node.js, which are; – Understanding core JavaScriptIt is actually very important to know JavaScript itself which is the language, Node.js isnt a language but a run-time engine and a good place to start would be the documentation of…
  • Node.js DocumentationA lot of developers just dive deep into building stuff after watching or reading a tutorial or during the tutorial itself and it is somewhat bad practice that developers dont often check the documentation to see what the language or run-time engine is all about, Node.js like others has…

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