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I wouldn't really put it like that, but sure. You really aren't exposed to node.js at all except for when you bundle up the app to run it on your server. It's a framework that happens to use node.js, a particular mongo library, a particular templating library, a particular library for http requests, etc. (Of course, a lot of those libraries can be disabled, swapped out, etc.)



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