Node JS Interpreter is an online compiler, editor tool, and integrated development environment (IDE). That helps you to easily run your Node.js code. This tool is depending on the V8 engine to translate the source code.
Node.js is an open-source and runtime environment built-in Google V8 Chrome’s Engine to help users in network applications working outside the browser client and create server-side web applications.
The following is an example of Node.js code.
// Node.js Interpreter console.log("Welcome To Node.js Interpreter");
Node.js Interpreter Work Overview
Node.js is fully depending on the V8 chrome engine, which is taking the source code and interprets it in a moment.
In this section, we will take a look at the processing inside the V8 engine from the top. So we just do an overview. The details of the V8 engine will be included inside the and NodeJS tutorials.
- The first phase is receiving the source code.
- The v8 engine manipulates the source code and generates the abstract syntax tree.
- According to the previous step, the ignition interpreter will generate the byte code.
- Then it starts the execution process.
In the following few lines, I will explain how to use our Node.js Online Compiler.
How to Use the CodedTag Node.js Online Compiler
It is so easy to run your node.js code, if you are using a mobile device with a small screen you just need to insert your node.js code in the editor. And then click on the run button, then open the preview tab. You will see the results.
But if you have a large screen such as a PC or laptop you only have two sides, an editor and preview tabs. So, as you know, write your code in the editor and just run it directly. You will see the result on the right screen.