This variable may appear to be global but is not. See exports.
In browsers, the top-level scope is the global scope.
This means that within the browser
var something will define a new global variable.
In Node.js this is different. The top-level scope is not the global scope;
var something inside a Node.js module
will be local to that module.
staticqueueMicrotask(callback:() ‑> Void):Void
queueMicrotask() method queues a microtask to invoke
callback throws an exception, the process object 'uncaughtException' event will be emitted.
The microtask queue is managed by V8 and may be used in a similar manner to the
which is managed by Node.js.
Process.nextTick() queue is always processed before the microtask queue within each turn of the Node.js event loop.
This variable may appear to be global but is not. See require().
setImmediate is described in the timers section.
setInterval is described in the timers section.