Bustle Digital Group (BDG) began as an online media company with a single publication called Bustle. Later, it started a second publication called Romper, a parenting site for millennials, and followed that with the acquisitions of Elite Daily and The Zoe Report.
Using Node.js allowed the Bustle Engineering team to work on anything, anywhere as needed. The line between frontend engineers and backend engineers didn’t blur; it disappeared.
Learn more on what tools and where Bustle is using Node.js and why they find it to be perfect for serverless in this case study (it’s a PDF).