Node.js uses a single threaded model combined with event looping that makes for a highly scalable server different from traditional servers like the Apache HTTP Server which create limited threads to handle a large number of requests. This single threaded model also prevents the server from responding in a non-blocking manner, since there are practically no functions in Node.js that directly perform I/O. Additionally, because they output the data in bulks, applications created with Node.js do not suffer from buffering.
Businesses looking to develop their own fast-running applications will benefit from a tag-team combination of Node.js and ReactJS. Not only will they enjoy having thousands of previously built, open-source libraries for Node.js, but they will also enjoy the efficiency of its simplified model plus the support from the Node.js and ReactJS developer community.
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