A question was asked on StackOverflow about managing long-running, resource intensive processes in a way that does not hog up all resources for a given request. That is, in a scenario where a lot of work must be done and it will take a long time, how can you have multiple users served and handled […]
A lot of people think that Node has built-in singleton objects with the “require” function. This is far from the truth. The require function only creates a cached module instance that can easily be broken. So, what does it take to build a true singleton in Node.js?