NW.js (previously known as node-webkit) lets you call all Node.js modules directly from DOM and enables a new way of writing applications with all Web technologies. New way of writing native applications using web technologies: HTML5, CSS3, and WebGL. Full support for the features in browser. Last updated Saturday, Nov 16, 2019 Setting up Node.js and npm on Mac OSX Node.js is gaining a lot of speed and is an exciting new development framework. Here's a quick overview of how to get Node.js working on OSX along with npm, the package manager for node.
Download the Node.js source code, a pre-built installer for your platform, or install via package manager.
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To be released2022-04-30
Major Node.js versions enter Current release status for six months, which gives library authors time to add support for them. After six months, odd-numbered releases (9, 11, etc.) become unsupported, and even-numbered releases (10, 12, etc.) move to Active LTS status and are ready for general use. LTS release status is 'long-term support', which typically guarantees that critical bugs will be fixed for a total of 30 months. Production applications should only use Active LTS or Maintenance LTS releases.
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