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Alright gang, in this node js tutorial I’ll show you how streams and buffers work, so that we’re fully prepared to use them within our node application. Streams and buffers allow data to be consumed before it’s fully downloaded and increase the performance of your app.

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29 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you so much, u r unbelievably good teacher, I think Stanford is going to be happy to have u as a teacher. seriously.!!

  2. Not only did I learn about buffers & streams — I learned a new word: TRAVELATOR (0:53). Here in America, we just call it "That thing at the airport that you stand on and it does all your walking for you."

  3. This was very well thought out stream explanation. I appreciate you putting time into showing a visual example and creating a story around it

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