This document contains answers for the most frequently asked questions about mojo.js.

What about backwards compatibility?

We strictly follow Semantic Versioning for all changes. New features can however be marked as experimental to explicitly exclude them from the rules. This gives us the necessary freedom to ensure a healthy future for mojo.js. So, as long as you are not using anything marked experimental, untested or undocumented, you can always count on backwards compatibility, everything else would be considered a bug. However, to completely avoid any risk of accidental breakage, we do recommend following current best practices for version pinning with package-lock.json files.

Which versions of Node.js are supported by mojo.js?

We fully support the latest releases of Node.js that are active/maintenance and have not rached their end of life date yet.

How do i get my IDE to autocomplete helpers?

Of course you want your IDE to autocomplete helpers when you start typing ctx.. Helpers are very dynamic code however, so the IDE will need a little help. For this purpose TypeScript supports a feature called declaration merging. Simply add your helpers to the MojoContext interface and the IDE will know what to do.

declare module '@mojojs/core' {
  interface MojoContext {
    myHelper: (foo: string, bar: number) => boolean;


A lot more documentation and examples by many different authors can be found in the mojo.js wiki.


If you have any questions the documentation might not yet answer, don't hesitate to ask in the Forum, on IRC, or Matrix.