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Memory Efficiency in Nodejs using Buffers and Streams

One important note: A pipe can have both ends.One end to read and other end to write. Remember that read speed and write speed has to be taken care while you program, otherwise if write is slower than read, your memory might get crashed as it has to wait for write to complete.

Only read as fast as you can write.

Understand the concept of Back pressure

https://medium.com/@jayphelps/backpressure-explained-the-flow-of-data-through-software-2350b3e77ce7

Max size of a buffer in Nodejs: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/8974375/whats-the-maximum-size-of-a-node-js-buffer#:~:text=Maximum%20length%20of%20a%20typed,2Gb%20%2D%201byte%20on%2064%2Dbit

Converting an Html view to PDF

Handlebars in Nodejs

Very famous Node library list

Using Nodemon in docker

https://medium.com/better-programming/docker-in-development-with-nodemon-d500366e74df

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