Developing mobile apps with Node.js and MongoDB, Part 1, A team's methods and results

Speeding time to value of systems of engagement

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Zach Cross, Aga Pochec, Daniel Santiago, and Divit Singh

Date archived: October 3, 2018 | Last updated: November 26, 2013|First published: August 19, 2013

Explore the advantages of using Node.js (server-side JavaScript) to develop systems of engagement. In this article, see the results achieved by an IBM Extreme Blue team who used Node and MongoDB with IBM Passes, an application that demonstrates the notion of systems of engagement. Their experience with Node and MongoDB provides interesting insight into how rapid application development can be achieved with these solutions that are starting to appear in the enterprise. If you decide to proceed with Node and MongoDB, please refer to Part 2 of this series, which provides how-to details and best practices for Node production.

Update on 26 November 2013: Additional clarity was added on the use of Node.js in the enterprise, alongside Java, as a enterprise application platform.

Update on 05 September 2013: See more background on the authors' technology choices and performance test approach, in response to reader feedback.

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