For Node.js, the event loop also implemented here. Quoting from this question .
The Node.js event loop runs under a single thread, this means the application code you write is evaluated on a single thread. Nodejs itself uses many threads underneath trough libuv, but you never have to deal with with those when writing nodejs code.
However, it is still abstract for me about node.js event loop.
- Is there any image to introduce it more clearly?
- What's the different between those two event loops?