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Node.js v12 will become the next LTS release

Node.js v12 improves startup times and adds experimental diagnostic reports

The newest version of Node.js is here, with v12. This version is scheduled to become the long term support release in October 2019. It includes new features, improves start up times, updates to Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine, better default heap limits, and several more features and improvements.

The new JavaScript framework

Tutorial: NestJS for Node.js applications

By now, Node.js isn’t a small-time-player anymore when it comes to backend technology. However, the acceptance and distribution of the platform have only increased in recent years, so that more and more developers have to approach this technology. Node.js’ lightweight character is its biggest advantage, but nothing comes drawback-free. Sebastian Springer and Khaled Labidi explain more in this tutorial.

Let's clear up the confusion

Node.js 10.x enters LTS phase with the release of Node v10.13

Node.js 11 is already a week old, so it’s time for its predecessor to retire! But don’t worry, it’s not really going anywhere! Node v10.13.0 includes some minor changes marking, however, its transition to LTS coverage. In this article, we take a closer look at the latest release and we clear up some of the confusion concerning the Node’s release cycle.

What will you build?

Bringing Node.js to IoT: Meet low.js

Are you a hobbyist or professional struggling with JavaScript eating up your RAM? With low.js you can use Node.js with low system requirements. Find out what potential low.js brings to the table for developers.