it’s already a reality.
I think like 2-4 years ago actually
Wow, it’s amazing!
Is it worth to learn some language for native apps like kotlin or java now? 2019
it’s a debatable question. i’ll advice to learn JS. anything custom will be killed at 3-5 years.
Java was a leader at devices before - where is java right now?
Kotlin? I’m not a pro. there is a topic when angry fan of this tech destroyed me - search it
If more and more ppl start to develop progressive web app instead of native app. Will native app lost its value or popularity?
Facebook has a lot of apps. most of them build with React Native. i think that apps can be replaced soon as well.
Interesting!!! Thanks for answering my
Node.JS is significantly faster than Python
When it comes to scalability, we need to understand how effective the language is in handling large user traffic and how they can be handled using the minimum server. Scalability is very important in applications that are content-heavy and those serving various new users via mobile and desktop interfaces.
Node.JS though single threaded, has an event-based asynchronous architecture and non-blocking I/O that helps it to make the most of the CPU and computer memory. The asynchronous nature allows Node.JS servers to process more concurrent requests as compared to the multi-threaded servers. The I/O doesn’t block program execution under I/O heavy workloads which helps Node.JS application runtime performance. These factors make Node.JS servers faster and productive.
This feature ensures smooth Node.JS scalability within simple web apps, but the development of complex apps with a lot of concurrent processes need in-depth knowledge, attention and careful research.
Python, instead, does not support asynchronous programming by default compared to Node.JS. Although, it does support coroutines with which asynchronous processing can be easily attained. Thus, even if its architecture may not be seen as scalable as Node.JS, it has the tools with which scalability can be reached.
Python also scales well in code complexity, it makes code complex projects easier, wherein Node.JS would potentially pose difficulty due to its asynchronous programming.
Verdict – Node.JS vs Python, the choice boils down to the need and the objective of the project
LEARNING CURVE & CAREER PROSPECTS
Python is one of the most multi-faceted languages and adapts well to be used in ERP development, web development as well as Artificial Intelligence/ Machine Learning or Data Analytics development etc.
Verdict – Both Node.JS and Python are neck to neck in terms of flexibility and utility.
Both Node.JS and Python are good with throwing and catching the errors that occur in code implementation. Though, the general notion is that doing the same is easier with Python and takes less time to fix errors.
Verdict – Error handling in both Node.JS and Python is easy
Thanks for the awesome and informative answers!!!