Node.js 13 ICU Support And a Stable Worker Threads API Support

Node.js was the latest LTS version with 12 versions 10 and 8. This release marks node.js 12.x's transition to LTS with the code name 'Erbium'. The 12.x version line is now switching to "Active LTS" and will remain the same until October 2020. Then it will be in "Maintenance" until the end of its life in April 2022.

Version 13 .js the new Node will offer faster startup and better default stack limits. Includes updates to V8, TLS and llhttp, and updates for the diagnostic report capability, Worker Threads, N-API, and more that come with it.

Key features Node.js 13

Let.js take a look at the basics in Node 13.

V8 receives upgrade to V8 7.8

This version is compatible with the new version V8 7.8. V8 JavaScript engine this new version Node .js performance adjustments and improvements to keep you up to date on ongoing developments in language and runtime.

Full ICU is enabled by default in Node.js 13.

From Node.js 13, the full-icu is now available by default. This means that hundreds of local languages are now box supported. This will facilitate the development and implementation of applications for non-English distributions.

Stable Worker API

Worker Threads API it is now a stable feature in both Node.js 12 and Node.js 13. Although Node.js already performs well with a single-threaded event loop, there are some use cases where additional threads can be exploited for better results.

New compiler and platform support

Node.js and V8, newer C ++ and take advantage of newer compiler optimizations and security enhancements ContinuesWith the release of Node.js 13, the codebase will now require OS X development tools and at least 10 versions for version 7.2 of the AIX operating system.

In addition, To create node.js applications Python 3 of them progress has been made in supporting Owner Systems Python 2 and Python 3 installed will still be able to use Python 2, however, you should only be able to build using it with Python 3.

If you want to know more about this release, you can Node.js blog post as well as for release notes To the GitHub page See.


KARABAY A, 2020 . Node.js 13 ICU Support And a Stable Worker Threads API Support,

(Accessed October 23, 2019).

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