Node.js The Node.js philosophy

Example

Small Core, Small Module :-

Build small and single purpose modules not in term of code size only, but also in term of scope that serves a single purpose

    a - "Small is beautiful"
    b - "Make each program do one thing well."

The Reactor Pattern

The Reactor Pattern is the heart of the node.js asynchronous nature. Allowed the system to be implemented as a single-threaded process with a series of event generators and event handlers, with the help of event loop that runs continuously.

The non-blocking I/O engine of Node.js – libuv -

The Observer Pattern(EventEmitter) maintains a list of dependents/observers and notifies them

var events = require('events');
var eventEmitter = new events.EventEmitter();

var ringBell = function ringBell()
{
  console.log('tring tring tring');
}
eventEmitter.on('doorOpen', ringBell);

eventEmitter.emit('doorOpen');