If you’re building a real-time backend in Node.js such as a chat server or the backend for a collaborative app, chances are you’re using Socket.io (and you’re in good company - Microsoft, Zendesk, Trello and countless others use it too).
06 Sep 2016
One of the biggest features coming in Artillery 2.0 is multicore support. As we know, Node.js is single-threaded and will only use one CPU, even if there are 7 other CPUs available. Starting with Artillery 2.0 however, every single CPU will be put to work.
01 Sep 2016
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