JerryScript 2.3.0 Release

October 15, 2020

The latest stable version of JerryScript, version 2.3.0 has been released on Github this June.

The team at the Department of Software Engineering is an active participant of the development of JerryScript. Several members of the team act as maintainers or committers in the project, and they are proud to have their contributions in the latest stable release of JerryScript, version 2.3.0, which has been released on GitHub this June.

JerryScript is a lightweight, open source JavaScript engine specifically designed for resource constrained devices. These devices are most commonly found in IoT systems, which are clusters of small devices – sensors, smartphones, smartwatches, actuators, embedded devices, and so on – connected through the Internet, working together to achieve specific goals in a number of fields, such as healthcare, transportation systems, entertainment, or home automation systems, just to name a few.

The latest release version includes a number of important fixes and improvements, such as improved ES6 (ES2015) support and improved RegExp engine. 208 new commits have been added by 16 authors since the previous version (2.2.0).

Read the official release information, and get the newest version from GitHub.

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