As we prepare for the release of Node.js 7 and the anticipated changes, the question remains the same when is it? With the beta already available to the public, the release of the live version will be well received.
But version 7 will have a short shelf life. “Given it is an odd-numbered release, it will only be available for eight months, with its end of life slated for June 2017,” Rogers said. “Beyond v7, we’ll be focusing our efforts on language compatibility, adopting modern Web standards, growth internally for VM neutrality, and API development and support for growing Node.js use cases.” – Paul Krill
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