Italian Translation Report: Node.js [Part 29 - 2294 TW/1456 CW]

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Hello everyone!
Welcome to my 29th translation for the Node.js project.
Today I finally finished the big and feared and I started a new file, but this time to relax a bit I chose a little shorter file, so much so that I finished it in this same post:
Keep reading the post for more details!

Project Details

Node.js is a JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. It uses a non-blocking event-driven I/O model, which makes it a lightweight and efficient framework. I believe in open source projects and I think it's essential to work on this great project because the package ecosystem of Node.js, called npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in the world.
Given its importance, its translation into many languages is almost due.
I'll use my skills to make an high quality translation and maybe to learn something more about Node.js world.

Contribution Specifications

Translation Overview

This is my 29th translation for the Node.js project.
As I said today I finished the file and I chose a new shorter and faster file to do:
I met specific words but I got along pretty well and I'm satisfied for the final result: 2294 total words (file completed) and 1456 clean words.
In this 29th part I translated how to write and run benchmarks in Node.js Core managing all the file paragraphs, especially the prerequisites, how to run a benchmark and how to create a benchmark.
A very interesting file, well structured and well explained.


  • Source Language: English
  • Target Language: Italian
  • Experience: You can check my experiences into my translator application

Word Count

  • Total Words: 2294
  • Clean Words: 1456

Proof of Authorship

Feedback & Conclusion

I am satisfied with both the work done and the experience I'm gaining more and more.
But.. What about you this time? Did you know how to run a benchmark or how to create it within Node.js? Really I didn't, and this file was very helpful!
I hope it will help you too!
Let me know!
In the next post I'll start a new large and amazing file ahah, let's do it again!

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Hi @robertbira.

Another great contribution: congratulations! I’m glad we’re over the file and ready to explore new files and aspects of Node.js. As always, keep up the good work.

  • Great translations
  • Great job with the embedded code

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