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    I am trying to understand whether node.js is commonly used for multi-user applications where users' account information need to be stored. What toolsets have you used for NodeJS multi-user apps ? There is one example using ExpressJS and Passport on Pluralsight.

    For example in ASP.NET and ASP.NET core straight from the app creation you pick where your users are ( azure, sql database, etc ).

    Or would you say that node.js is more suited for other purposes like REST API interface or some behind the scenes server to server API routing ...

    I'd post this on StackExchange but they'd say "Noo this question is not specific enough" the buggers.

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    node.js is at a lower level than ASP.NET. For example express.js is a web application framework that helps build upon the node.js to quickly build more featured web applications.

    A package such as passport.js then helps build upon that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by _V_ View Post
    node.js is at a lower level than ASP.NET. For example express.js is a web application framework that helps build upon the node.js to quickly build more featured web applications.

    A package such as passport.js then helps build upon that.
    Ok good to know.

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