Node.js 5.1.0

Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient. Node.js' package ecosystem, npm, is the largest ecosystem of open source libraries in the world.

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Release Notes

[buffer]: The noAssert option for many buffer functions will now silently drop invalid write values rather than crashing (P.S.V.R) #3767.
- This makes the behavior match what the docs suggest.

[child_process]: child.send() now properly returns a boolean like the docs suggest (Rich Trott) #3577.

[doc]: All of the API docs have been re-ordered so as to read in alphabetical order (Tristian Flanagan) #3662.

[http_parser]: update http-parser to 2.6.0 from 2.5.0 (James M Snell) #3569.
- Now supports the following HTTP methods: LINK, UNLINK, BIND, REBIND, UNBIND.
- Also added ACL and IPv6 Zone ID support.

[npm]: upgrade npm to 3.3.12 from v3.3.6 (Rebecca Turner) #3685.
- See the release notes for v3.3.7, v3.3.8, v3.3.9, v3.3.10, v3.3.11, and v3.3.12 for more details.

[repl]: The REPL no longer crashes if the persistent history file cannot be opened (Evan Lucas) #3630.

[tls]: The default sessionIdContext now uses SHA1 in FIPS mode rather than MD5 (Stefan Budeanu) #3755.

[v8]: Added some more useful post-mortem data (Fedor Indutny) #3779.


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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
5.3.0 921,677 12/20/2015
5.2.0 1,846 12/20/2015
5.1.1 634 12/20/2015
5.1.0 708 12/20/2015
5.0.0 859 12/20/2015
4.2.3 2,667 12/20/2015
4.2.2 1,204 12/20/2015
4.2.1 626 12/20/2015
4.2.0 1,024 12/20/2015
4.1.2 1,031 12/20/2015
4.1.1 692 12/20/2015
4.1.0 647 12/20/2015
4.0.0 61,817 9/15/2015
0.12.7 297,452 7/25/2015
0.12.6 628 7/25/2015
0.12.5 646 7/25/2015
0.12.4 694 7/25/2015
0.12.3 629 7/25/2015
0.12.2 668 7/25/2015
0.12.1 739 7/25/2015
0.12.0 58,058 2/15/2015
0.10.36 19,598 2/4/2015
0.10.35 703 2/4/2015
0.10.34 653 2/4/2015
0.10.33 15,115 10/30/2014
0.10.32 7,230 9/17/2014
0.10.31 7,059 8/30/2014
0.10.30 684 8/30/2014
0.10.29 9,404 6/18/2014
0.10.28 343,414 5/16/2014
0.10.27 665 5/16/2014 126,462 3/18/2014
0.10.26 6,056 2/19/2014
0.10.25 4,224 1/23/2014
0.10.24 5,704 1/6/2014
0.10.23 8,393 12/12/2013
0.10.22 679 12/12/2013
0.10.21 51,572 11/7/2013