If you read our blog, you could notice that Node.js community is growing extremely fast. In this post, we are happy to announce wonderful news – Node 12.6.0 and 12.5.0 are released! There are many changes in the new versions of Node.
Here we gathered the most important ones:
- build: support for building Node.js on MIPS architecture.
- child_process: new versions of
child_process.execFilenow both return a
Promisewith the child instance attached to their
- deps: updated libuv to 1.30.1. that has support for the Haiku platform now
- process: new method appeared,
process.resourceUsage(), that returns resource usage for the current process.
- src: the issue that was related to stdio and could lead to a crash of the process was fixed.
- stream: the new
writableFinishedproperty was added to writable streams.
- worker: the new issue about worker threads was added.
- flat and flatMap: access to new array methods.
- optional catch binding feature: now it’s possible to skip the variable
- Object.fromEntries method: creating an object either from Map or from a key/value array.
There are many more features you can find useful, feel free to check them here.
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