Finally, the developers point out two experimental features: “Diagnostic report” allows users to report on demand or specific events, and support for ES6 modules has also been updated.
Future LTS release
Node.js 12.0 will be the new release with long-term support (LTS) from October of this year. This means that it will receive a total of three years of support – six months as the current release, 18 months as an active release, and 12 months as a maintenance release.
More information about the new release can be found in the release notes.