Node.js is all about performance and stability. It aptly fulfils the need for lightweight, performing framework that is tailor-made to the widest technology stack. If you have worked on Java then you understand that the specifications required must be written in XML- a data format that supports programming logic. It is challenging to keep switching from Java to XML every time to build something and this problem is eliminated with Node.js the same language can be used on both client and server side.
Node.js is a JS runtime that uses the V8 engine developed by Google for use in Chrome. The best thing is that those developers who are associated with the community can learn this framework without too much help. When we talk about database queries, Node.js is considered better than Java because it’s easy to mix Node.js and newer databases like Couch DB. You don’t need to remember syntax differences. However in Java, we need different developers to write both SQL and Java. Developers can’t call Java methods but need to write database code in SQL independently.
We considered almost all things and this debate will never end whether you should choose Java or Node.js on your server. Java has a solid mathematical foundation having the complex Date code for both Georgian and Julian calendars. There are elaborate IO routines, better IDEs, remote debugging. Node.js is the best runtime environment for the development of next-generation enterprise applications or mobile and web integration in IoT. And the debate continues…