Node.JS error handling isn’t a walk in the park. When putting our code out into production, we want to know that it’s battle tested and hardened for all the complexities that production will throw at it.
We know Node.js for its lightning-fast performance. Yet, as with any language, you can write Node.js code that performs worse for your users than you’d like. To combat this, we need adequate performance testing. Today, we’re going to cover just that with an in-depth look at how to set up and run a performance test and analyze the results so that you can make lightning-fast Node.js applications.