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Maosen Hu
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  1. Babel Babel is used to generating backward-compatible JavaScript lines of codes for older JavaScript engines.
  2. BlueBirdJS BlueBird JS makes writing NodeJS applications even more accessible.
  3. BroccoliJS Broccoli is a JavaScript build management tool. It creates a distributable version of your application assets that you can run in a browser. 4.ChaiJS Chai is a NodeJS assertion framework for TDD and BDD that you can use in conjunction with virtually any other type of testing tool. 5.ElectrodeJS The best thing about ElectrodeJS is that both React and NodeJS programs run on it, making it a versatile platform. In addition, Electrode Explorer and Electrify are part of the best practices, standardized frameworks, and current technologies.
  4. ExpressJS ExpressJS is an essential framework for NodeJS web apps because of its simplicity.
  5. Keystone Keystone is one of the NodeJS development tools for those who want to learn and develop applications using NodeJS.
  6. KoaJS The minimalist and modern NodeJS developer tool, Koajs, is a server-side framework that runs on NodeJS. 10.Meteor MeteorJS is a JavaScript prototyping and cross-platform coding framework (Web, Android, iOS) built on NodeJS.
  7. MochaJS It is a popular NodeJS-based JS test framework widely used by NodeJS developers to run tests.
  8. PassportJS PassportJS is middleware, simple, and discreet authentication for NodeJS authentication. 13.PM2 PM2 is a process manager used in NodeJS application development.
  9. SinonJS For testing JavaScript, you can use SinonJS, a stand-alone framework.
  10. Socket.io Socket.io is a framework for real-time, bi-directional communication based on event-driven interactions between two computers or devices. #jobsearch #workfromhome #hiring #interview #hiringnews #NodeJS #Web #Api
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Ruchi Oza
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Hello,

I'm a vue.js and node.js developer. I have experience of around 1 year. During this one year, I developed a binary translator and worked for an IoT company that researches different numbering systems especially binary.

With the experience of one year in this field, is it possible for me to get a full-time job in web development? This is the project i have worked on: https://binarytotext.net

  • I have a basic knowledge about

Axios Node.js two-way data binding Server-side rendering with Nuxt.js #jobsearch #fulltime #nodejs

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Have you tried typing these specific skill in job search? Seems like there are a ton of results. Also please consider updating your profile to get more helpful recommendations. Good luck!

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Thanks, I have updated my experience and applied to 4 companies. Let's see.

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Mayur Gandhi
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over 6 months ago

Hello Connections, I hope you're doing well!

This is to inform you that there are a number of Job Openings which we are planning to fill out as early as possible. #hiringtalent #hiringthebest #jobopportunities #recruitement #careeropportunities #phpdeveloper #laraveldeveloper #nodejs #reactjs #reactnative #applynow #applytoday

We need Experienced Candidates for the following Post:

  1. Core PHP Developers (3+ Years)
  2. NodeJs & React Developers (3+ Years)
  3. Laravel & React Developers (3+ Years)

Location: Surat

If you are looking for job change in these positions, kindly share your resume on mayur.g@crestinfosystems.net

Like and comment for the better reach!

Regards, Mayur

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