#43: Deno turns 4: new Deploy pricing and v1.22 🦕 🎉
In this issue, we get closer to GA with Deploy, learn how to convert a Node.js library to Deno with Deno, and discuss what it's like to run Deno in production for almost a year.
Articles and Resources
Deno Deploy Beta 4 Deno Authors — We improve the dashboard, add billing functionality, add 3 new regions, and improve analytics. Our estimate for General Availability release is Q3 2022.
How we converted our Node.js library to Deno (using Deno) James Clarke — An in-depth walkthrough of writing a Deno script to comb through a library, re-write import/export statements, and inject NodeJS globals. Full compilation script here.
Deno v1.22 Deno Authors — Updated type checking behavior, removal of
Deno.emit(), added a new
Response.json() static method, among other improvements.
dangoDB: A MongoDB ODM for Deno Steve Jue — An Object Data Modeling module that will allow you to enforce schema validation for your data in MongoDB.
Introducing Bedrock — An Authentication Library for Deno OSLabs Beta — Authentication middleware for Deno that covers multiple verification strategies.
Code and Tools
- Prosemirror — A module for building rich text-editors on the web.
- Netsaur v0.1.1 — A neural network module, now with more activation functions and backpropagation for CPU/GPU backends.
- elixir_deno — Deno bindings in Elixir.
- Danet — A savory web framework for Deno heavily inspired by Nest.
- Drive Link — Generate a Google Drive direct download link based on the URL or ID.
- Denoflare R2 — A CLI to make developing and deploying Cloudflare workers simple, now with Cloudflare R2 support.
- ok computer — Functional approach to data validation in JS and TS.
Odds and Ends
- Deno Developer Show feat. Luca Casonato — Luca joins Zach to chat about building a distributed system, future Deno releases, and how to contribute to Deno.
- Want to use AlephJS and Vue? Here’s a sample app template.
- Learn about Deno and how it works in Mandarin Chinese.
- A hacker news clone built with Workers Tools, a tool for writing http servers in worker runtimes.
- Luca Casonato shares his story of going from a university dropout to joining the Deno core team.
- And the commit message four years ago that started it all.
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