10/11/2013— Tim Ryan
document.all are so fresh) your middle school GeoCities website from 1999 might even still run today.
yield operators and new collections in every engine rather soon, all without breaking legacy code.
In “The Future of Programming in Node.js”, Isaac places a strong emphasis on Node’s backward compatibility and how code written today should work years from now. At the same time, the V8 API changed significantly between Node 0.10 and 0.12, requiring changes to the binary API.