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Popular Websites Powered by Node.js

Choosing the right technology for building web, mobile or desktop apps is one of the most important challenges for a successful software product development. We’ve gathered a list of popular websites and projects using Node.js. You can test these applications, and in some cases even check out their open source code.​


Ebay is the world’s most famous online auction and trading platform for users from all over the world. Private and legal persons can use this service. The service has registered nearly 200 million active users. To develop the site, the choice was made on Node.js as a technology that provides speed, control, scalability, single-threading, handling I/O-bound operations.

  • URL: https://www.ebay.com/

The Wall Street Journal

One of the most influential American financial magazines. Separately released European and Asian versions of the magazine. The online version, founded in 1996, ranked first in the rating of the most popular news sites. Node.js is used for website backend.

  • URL: https://www.wsj.com/

My Space

My Space was launched in 2003. More than 36 million monthly musicians use myspace to share tracks, videos, photos and create a news feed according to interests. Node.js helps to solve problems with browser and server applications written on JavaScript.

  • URL: https://myspace.com/


The most popular service for publishing stock photos. illustrations and videos. On this site, you can post or buy photos for commercial use. Every day, photographers upload more than 10,000 photos to the site. Today, the number of active users is 1.4 million people in 150 countries. Using the Node.js Shutterstock API quickly and easily integrates with other applications.

  • URL: https://www.shutterstock.com/


Medium is a news-oriented service focused on social journalism, as well as a popular blogging platform. The site started its work in 2012. Medium uses Node.js to empower the server side of their app. After updating with Node.js, the service began to work at a faster rate with minimal cost.

  • URL: https://medium.com/

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