Node.js web application framework uses a single thread and asynchronous architecture. Each request creates
a new thread from a limited pool based on system RAM usage the advantage of its asynchronous design allows
Node.js in handling larger number of concurrent connections as compared to other web technologies along
with higher rate of throughput on a single-thread therefore making it a highly scalable web platform.
Developing mobile apps with Node.js requires the entire app’s logic to be written in Node.js and then placed in the backend. The user interface then runs on the mobile device under another language. Since Node shines the brightest in I/O-bound, highly concurrent scenarios like that, this works well in most situations.
Node.js for mobile apps excels in supporting responsive applications that processes thousands or millions of data exchanges. A typical Node.js development makes the frontend and backend peers in terms of initiating communication.
Some of the applications that can really benefit by using Node.js are Chat applications and Real-Time Tracking applications.