Wednesday, 25 October, 2023 UTC


The Node.js team has recently released Node.js 21. This release introduces changes such as updates to the V8 JavaScript engine, stable fetch and WebStreams modules, an experimental flag for altering module defaults, a built-in WebSocket client, and enhancements to the test runner. Notably, as an odd-numbered release, Node.js 21 will not receive LTS (long-term support) status.
By Agazi Mekonnen