Node.js

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'''node.js''' is a cross-platform server-side runtime environment implemented mostly in [[JavaScript]], with applications for it intended to also be programmed in JavaScript. It is used in many web backends.
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'''node.js''' is a cross-platform server-side runtime environment implemented mostly in [[JavaScript]], with applications for it intended to also be programmed in JavaScript. It is used in many web backends, but can also be used to run local command-line JavaScript programs.
  
 
== Links ==
 
== Links ==
 
* [http://www.nodejs.org/ Official site]
 
* [http://www.nodejs.org/ Official site]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Node.js|Wikipedia article]]
 
* [[Wikipedia:Node.js|Wikipedia article]]

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node.js is a cross-platform server-side runtime environment implemented mostly in JavaScript, with applications for it intended to also be programmed in JavaScript. It is used in many web backends, but can also be used to run local command-line JavaScript programs.

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