In October 2016, Node.js version 6 became a "Long Term Support" release. That means it is time to consider this version for our production as well as development environments. In this course, I'll show you how to get started with Node 6, and I'll give you some examples of the new language features that Node 6 enables.
[MUSIC] With over 3.5 million users and annual growth rates of 100%, Node.js is emerging as a universal platform used for web application, IoT Mobile enterprise application development, and micro services architectures. The technology is ubiquitous across numerous industries, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. However, it is a question to many developers when and why they should switch to Node6. In this video, I will go through a few topics which helps you decide whether it's a good decision to upgrade to Node6.Back to the top