Node.js 14 Released

The diagnostic report, which was added as an experimental feature in Node.js 12 is coming as a stable feature in Node.js 14.

The team behind JavaScript runtime Node.js announced the release of the latest version Node.js 14.
 
Node.js 14 features an upgrade of V8, an experimental Async Local Storage API, improved diagnostics, and hardening of the streams APIs. The new release also removes Experimental Modules warning and some long deprecated APIs.
 
The team said that Node.js 14 replaces Node.js 13 as the current release line and will be the `Current` release for the next 6 months. Node.js 14 will then be promoted to Long-term Support (LTS) in October 2020.
 
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Source: nodejs.org
 
The diagnostic report, which was added as an experimental feature in Node.js 12 is coming as a stable feature in Node.js 14.
 
V8 JavaScript engine has upgraded to V8 8.1 that brings performance tweaks and improvements as well as keeps Node.js up with the ongoing improvements in the language and runtime. The highlights of the new JavaScript features in V8 8.1 include optional chaining, nullish coalescing, and ‘Intl.DisplayNames.’
 
The 14.x release is also introducing an experimental Async Local storage API and Node.js developer team wants the community to try out this API and provide feedback on abstraction model, API interface, use case coverage, functional stability, naming, documentation etc.
 
The latest release also includes a bunch of changes marked as SemVer major in the Node.js Streams implementation in order to improve consistency across the Streams APIs to remove ambiguity and streamline behaviors across the various parts of Node.js core.
 
For additional details, you can visit the official announcement here.