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Node.js employs a single-threaded approach to handle connection requests, enabling it to accommodate a large number of concurrent connections, crucial for high-throughput network applications. It allows developers to create reusable modules that can be utilized across various applications. Node.js relies on an architecture that facilitates event-driven programming on web servers, allowing the creation of scalable servers without resorting to threading. This architecture enhances the efficiency of data-intensive real-time applications by adopting an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model.

The platform offers a package manager that simplifies the publication, sharing, installation, updating, and removal of Node.js libraries. Its extensive library of JavaScript modules streamlines the development of web applications. By employing JavaScript on both the server-side and client-side, Node.js reduces infrastructure requirements and response times.