Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Node Js Interview Questions and Answers for Experienced

Node Js Interview Questions and Answers for Experienced

Question: What is node.js?
Node.js is a software for scalable server-side and networking applications.
Node.js applications are written in JavaScript.
It can be run within the Node.js runtime on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux with no changes.

Question: In which language Node.js is written?
C,C++, javaScript.

Question: Who is creater of Node.js?
Ryan Dahl

Question: What is current stable version of Node.js?
6.6.0 Version / 15 September 2016.

Question: How node.js works?
Node.js works on a V8 environment, it is a virtual machine that utilizes JavaScript as its scripting language.

Question: From where we can download Node.js?

Question: What do you mean by the term I/O?

Question: What does event-driven programming?
In event-driven programming, flow of the program is determined by events.

Question: Where Node.js can be used?
  • Web applications ( especially real-time web apps )
  • Network applications
  • Distributed systems
  • General purpose application

Question: What is Advantage of Node.js?
Following are advantage of Node.js as compare to other web scripting.
  • Faster
  • More concurrency user
  • Asynchronous
  • Least blocks
  • Helps to build scalable network programs

Question: What are two different types of functions in Node.js?
  • Asynchronous
  • Synchronous

Question: What is Callback in node.js?
It is used to handle the multiple request.

Question: What tool and IDE is used for Node.js?

  • Atom
  • Nodeclipse Enide Studio
  • JetBrains WebStorm
  • JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA
  • Microsoft Visual Studio with TypeScript
  • NoFlo – flow-based programming environment integrated with GNOME APIs

Question: How to get Post Data in Node.js?
app.post('/', function(request, response){

Question: How to make Post request in Node.js?
 var request = require('request');
    { form: { key: 'value' } },
    function (error, response, body) {
    if (!error && response.statusCode == 200) {

Question: What is callback hell?
Callback hell refers to heavily nested callbacks that have become unreadable

Question: How to handle the "Unhandled exceptions" in Node.js?
It can be caught at the "Process level" by attaching a handler for uncaughtException event.
process.on('uncaughtException', function(err) {
  console.log('Caught exception: ' + err);


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Anonymous said...

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Baldev Singh

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