In this issue, we ask Oracle to do the right thing, welcome Fresh 1.1 to the universe, and learn how to run Deno in an AWS lambda custom runtime.
Articles and Resources
How to Build an E-commerce Site with a Perfect Lighthouse Score — Andy Jiang — With SSR, islands, and edge deployments (all a breeze with Fresh and Deno Deploy), getting a 100 Lighthouse score has never been easier.
Bun vs Node: Round 2 (feat. Astro, Deno, Fresh and more) (Youtube) — Jack Herrington — Jack compares requests per second and latency of a variety of different modern web stacks. Results and source code here.
Fresh full stack build tutorial with login state (Youtube) — Coding Garden — A lot of people want to build fully featured apps with Fresh. This stream (part 6 of a longer series) demonstrates setting up login states and connecting sessions in a Fresh app.
Building a Deno Serverless Application Using Lambda Custom Runtime & CDK — Proud2BeCloud — A thorough walkthrough on setting up Deno in a custom runtime for AWS Lambda.
Code and Tools
- Deno v1.25.2 — A minor release with a variety of bug fixes.
- ultra v2 — Ultra v2, now with Deno Deploy support, is out! Check out the accompanying fanfic.
- sqlite3 v0.5.0 — v0.5.0 is here, simplified and more performant.
- mesozoic — A generic build system for Deno (currently used in Ultra).
Odds and Ends
- Come work with us!
- Heads up: we’ll be at GOTO Conf Copenhagen (Oct 4th), NordicJS Stockholm (Oct 6-7), and ViteConf Online (Oct 11-12).
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