However, the amazing platform is not without its Achilles’ heel, and in its case, it is the lack of a massive library. The constant changing of the platform also brings some level of instability. In as much as it produces the non-blocking I/O model, it shows that it embodies a programming approach that is not blocking I/O programming. This and many other reasons make it unreasonable for software developers to use the platform for large and complex application exploits. Furthermore, it executes pending requests independently when log running commands are imminent. This is why the time required by an app to react to client demands is extended when the platform being used is Node.js.
Reaction time is quite quick as it only concerns a portion of the page as regards being refreshed. Also, this platform makes it easier to make UI Test Cases, and make use of code components when needed. Troubleshooting for bugs is more dynamic as Chrome browsers are now built with specialized extensions that make such a task conventional. It is phone-friendly as it can be used on android gadgets and iOS devices.