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Custom web application development company

Hakuna Matata is the best custom web application development company in Chennai that makes applications that allow customers to user concentrate and control data from secure cloud servers.

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Mobile Application Development Company In Chennai

Hakuna Matata, the best Mobile Application Development Company in Chennai offers assistance to iOS and android application creation. We are the best assessed among top five mobile application development associations in India.

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nodejs training in Noida

posted by warenben on Jan 09, 2017
tags: nodejs training

Join node js training program in Noida and you will learn JavaScript, bootstrap, unit testing framework. Get hands-on training to develop a project in node.js technology.


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Why MEAN stack is good for your next development project

posted by nextbrain on Oct 07, 2016
tags: nodejs

MEAN stands for Mongo DB is a Database system, Express.js for backend web framework, Angular JS is a front end frame work, and Node.js is a runtime environment. All the technologies are written in java script. So developers grouped them together to form the MEAN stack. MEAN is open source.

Mongo DB is a schema less, easy to scale, has no complex joins, structure of a single object is clear, Tuning, conversion of application object to database objects not needed, uses internal memory for storing the working set, enabling faster access of data. Developers use mongoDB in big data, Content management and delivery, Mobile and social infrastructure, user data management, data hub.

          Express.js is used in creating server side web applications faster and smarter, simplicity, minimalism, flexibility, scalability, easy to configure and customize, allows you to create rest API server, easy to connect with databases.          

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