Node++ can act as:
- a static web server;
- a standalone, self-contained, single-process web application;
- a standalone, multi-process web application, connected and load-balanced via standard POSIX queues;
- an HTTP servlet/microservice that makes up a building block of the more complex, distributed architecture.
Node++ library (paired with OpenSSL and optionally MySQL) contains everything that is necessary to build a complete, production-grade solution, including session management, users accounts, REST calls and multi-language support.
There is a RESTful API generator to generate almost the whole backend code in a few clicks, requiring only an SQL table definition.
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