• A few pages will load more quickly and be cleaner
• No advertising is present.
• However, a lot of websites do not function at all, such as those with auto-playing videos or "tell us your email address" pop-ups. It is unable to submit forms and images will not load.
YouTube’s videos and thumbnails do not load.
Except for its logo in the top left corner, Netflix doesn't load anything.
Amazon has a weird appearance, but it still functions.
Wikipedia still works great.
In the past, Groupon was infamously slow. Why? Ruby on Rails served as their engine. The Twitter fail whale was created using the same conceptual foundation. Groupon was one single, extremely complex Ruby on Rails application. They choose to switch to NodeJS due to issues with maintainability and speed. Groupon was able to rebuild their whole US website using Node by decomposing it into separate NodeJS web applications. Now that Groupon consists of over 20 Node applications, it operates faster.
Groupon has joined the NodeJS Foundation and is in the process of migrating all its international websites to NodeJS. They are content with their shift, which is obvious.
One of the most popular and reliable systems for receiving, transmitting, and accepting payments is PayPal. The software enables users to communicate electronically without disclosing their debit or credit card information. More than two hundred million PayPal accounts are active as of November 2017.
Walmart is a big American retailer that runs a number of supermarkets and department shops around the globe. Walmart is one of the businesses that utilizes Node.js, and it employs the framework to build its user interfaces (UIs) as well as application programming interfaces (APIs) for the company's many apps. Developers can combine several apps or services using orchestration layers. Walmart app users can access multiple diverse tasks from a single platform.