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Node.js: JavaScript on the Server

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Published on Jul 29, 2010

Google Tech Talk
July 28, 2010

ABSTRACT

Presented by Ryan Dahl, the creator of the node.JS open source project.

It is well known that event loops rather than threads are required for high-performance servers. Javascript is a language unencumbered of threads and designed specifically to be used with synchronous evented I/O, making it an attractive means of programming server software.

Node.js ties together the V8 Javascript compiler with an event loop, a thread pool for making blocking system calls, and a carefully designed HTTP parser to provide a browser-like interface to creating fast server-side software. This talk will explain Node's design and how to get started with it.

Comments • 64

Saúl Martínez Vidals
If you are too worried about the "ummhh ... ahhh" then go directly to StackOverflow and ask how to get your job done. This talk if for the ones interested in how does nodejs works internally and have enough knowledge about IO, networking and other stuff to appreciate how awesome this guys is.
Jayanth Manklu
This video is from 2010, why it feels like it is from the '70s...
Niek van de Pas
4:3 will do that to ya
Vince Schlezes
Thank you, Ryan.  Good Work.
linuxlist2000
hahaha love how he air quotes about erlan "processes"
Christopher Stamp
Who would have think it that node js is now on par with the best server side languages.
I like sandwiches
This guy is too smart. Each word is so carefully chosen.
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TheFerdi265
+Siddharth Shama Node.js doesn't actively depend on it, but it uses it for builds when downloading packages: NPM (node package manager) downloads and rebuilds packages (e.g. packages that aren't pure js and contain a bit of c) and uses something called node-gyp which calls python 2.7.x.
John Escobedo
The video is much nicer to watch if you set it to 1.5 x speed
carsten
If every important function is supposed to be non-blocking and have a lambda argument, they could just invent a new language where the compiler decides itself when to turn a couple of statements into a lambda or something. the whole thing feels clumsy in JS as it is
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