Server-Side Languages Comparation
Based on JAVA
Based on Tags, easy to learn, very easy to learn, connot be easier.
Based on JAVA, easy hosting on Win/Linux
Better build-in debugging tools
The query operations are very easy
JSON support is not good?
Based on JAVA, run virtual machine need more memory/resource
Powerful server required
Not free as JAVA, not easy to extend
Support community is not large
Free 3rd apps
Large support community
Many 3rd libs
Very low system requirements
Interpreted language, easier and faster relatively
Output: needs to wrap the output(something like AJAX in JS), which is clumsy
Security, required some additional tools for security consideration
Better for bigdata analytics
Cross-platform, can be compiled for many OS3
Memory safe(GC is good)
Static type checking, you can find the error in Dev Env
Security, better security than php
More compact and clean syntax for dev
Many powerful standard lib
Speed, slower than C?
Mobile Dev is not very good
Written in JS
Highly extensible, NodeJS will provide low-level API which is easy to control all.
AJAX, JSON, HTTP Server are easy to use
Single-threaded (will create multipld-node process)
High compatibility of NOSQL
Rich community-driven open-source modules. NPM is cool!
Single thread, would be difficult for complex I/O operation, asynchronos programming is hard To understand
Not suitable for large and complex Web Apps
Upgrade usually. (May need to rewrite a project for some new changes?)
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