Why you might not want to run nodejs

  1. Whereas Features for javascript on the browser require implementation in multiple browsers before people start using them limiting the advance of the language,  nodejs like to implement coming ecmascript standards whether on not browsers are going to adopt them or so the language can just quite quickly.
  2. There is no type checking when installing so less information to tell you weather two libraries will work together is available. The language is very weakly typed as well, so even if checking was done it would not be nearly as good as a strongly typed language
  3. It’s interpreted, meaning it’s slower than pre-compiled languages.
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