Google Cloud Announces Node.js Runtime Now Supported In Its App Engine Environment

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Recently, a good news for the developers has crossed the surface. Google Cloud has paved the way to make it easier and simpler for the developers in writing the server code in JavaScript. How?

Based on a recent article on Developer, the Google Cloud has made an announcement that its App Engine environment is now supporting Node.js, a fast cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment which makes it possible for the server code to be written in JavaScript. It is greatly beneficial not just in working on servers but as well as in desktop applications.

Aside from the support of the Google Cloud App Engine on Node.js, another thing that will surely help a lot in the works of developers is that there are no limits in terms of the language and the API. Furthermore, there is also no limit to the packages that developers can utilize in using the Node.js.

Based on the article, with the move of the Google Cloud to provide support to the Node.js in its app engine environment, developers will enjoy the benefit of shortened deployment time and app engine automatic scaling. For example, when the traffic is getting high, it will automatically scale up. On the other side, it will instantly scale down if there are no requests.

Aside from shortened deployment time and automatically scaling, developers can also get to enjoy working with no limitations and with a strong security. The developers may serve the apps under a safe HTTPS URL in just a click.

With these benefits, it is now surely a lot more convenient for the developers in doing their works. Truly a good news from Google Cloud!

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