Deno Newsletter #22
Welcome to Deno Newsletter issue #22!
Every Monday we serve you with a bunch of useful information and links for every Deno enthusiast.
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Last week there was no release, but I can assure you there's a lot of work going on both in Deno and its standard library.
Pull requests in Deno you might be interested in:
- `Response.body` is now an async iterator (#2518)
- Redirect subprocess stdio to file (#2554)
- Improved diagnostics formatting (#2487)
- Fix for WebAssembly (#2548)
- Dispatch refactor (#2533)
Pull requests in standard library you might be interested in:
- Filename ordering in file server (deno_std#511)
- Silent mode in testing framework (deno_std#314)
- Windows and custom installation directory support for installer (deno_std#499, deno_std#512)
- encoding/hex module (deno_std#434)
- catjson example (deno_std#517)
Last week we had an overhaul of Deno registry - including improved code rendering, linking between files and dark mode (detected automatically by your browser).[caption align="alignnone" width="980"]Browsable files in Deno registry[/caption]
You can check it out visiting any module available in registry (eg. https://deno.land/std/http/file_server.ts)
Kudos to Jed Fox (@j-f1)
Alosaur - deno web framework.
Authenticated Encryption with Associated Data.
SipHash24 implemented in WebAssembly
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more news next week!