Node JS for Windows

Node JS is a runtime environment that allows you to execute JavaScript code on the server side. It's commonly used for building scalable network applications.

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Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment that executes JavaScript code outside of a browser. It is primarily used for server-side scripting, using an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. Node.js is built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine, which provides high performance and allows for code execution without the need for a web server.


  • Cross-platform: Node.js can run on Windows, Linux, macOS, and other operating systems.
  • Event-driven: Node.js uses an event-driven architecture, which makes it efficient for handling multiple concurrent requests.
  • Non-blocking I/O: Node.js uses non-blocking I/O, which means that it can handle multiple requests without waiting for each one to finish.
  • JavaScript runtime: Node.js uses the V8 JavaScript engine, which is the same engine that powers Google Chrome. This makes Node.js JavaScript code very performant.
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November 15, 2023



  • doc: add MrJithil to collaborators
  • doc: add Ethan-Arrowood as a collaborator
  • (SEMVER-MINOR) esm: add import.meta.dirname and import.meta.filename
  • fs: add stacktrace to fs/promises
  • (SEMVER-MINOR) lib: add --no-experimental-global-navigator CLI flag
  • (SEMVER-MINOR) lib: add navigator.language & navigator.languages
  • (SEMVER-MINOR) lib: add navigator.platform
  • stream: use Array for Readable buffer
Node JS 21.2.0 (64 bit)
November 15, 2023
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Node JS 21.2.0

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