Deno Newsletter #36 - v0.20.0
Welcome to Deno Newsletter issue #36!
Every week we serve you with a bunch of useful information and links for every Deno enthusiast.
- deno.land - official Deno website
- deno.land/x - module registry
- gitter.im/denolife/Lobby - where Deno devs hang out
- denoland/deno - main repository
- denoland/deno_std - standard library repository
- denoland/registry - module registry repository
- denolib/awesome-deno - Deno Awesome List
- twitter.com/deno_land - official Deno Twitter account
- twitter.com/DenoNews - official Deno Newsletter Twitter account
v0.20.0 released with JSX support, Top-Level-Await typescript support, window.onunload, and many other features, bug fixes, and performance enhancements.https://t.co/6YjkAl8oY3— Deno (@deno_land) October 7, 2019
This week Deno v0.20.0 was released, including many improvements:
- feat: JSX support (#3038)
- feat: window.onunload (#3023)
- feat: New ops API - Isolate::register_op (#3002, #3039, #3041)
- fix: Async compiler processing (#3043)
- fix: Support top-level-await in TypeScript (#3024)
- upgrade: V8 to 7.9.218 (#3067)
- upgrade: rust to 1.38.0 (#3030)
- chore: Migrate CI to GitHub actions (#3052, #3056, #3049, #3071, #3076, #3070, #3066, #3061, #3010)
The deno repo has successfully moved to Github Actions! On every push, we build all the code in V8 and Deno on Mac, Linux, and Windows in about 10 minutes! GHA's 20 concurrent builds quota is a dramatic improvement over our previous Travis/Appveyor CI setup.— Deno (@deno_land) October 4, 2019
Important changes to standard library
- feat: test runner v2 (deno_std#604)
- feat: wss support with dialTLS (deno_std#615)
- fix: Implement expandGlob() and expandGlobSync() (denoland/deno_std#617)
Full list of changes can be found here
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Can you Deno? Deno programming is a sought after job skill. 🦕https://t.co/uU1KHa7cOf— deno (@deno_community) October 9, 2019
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more news next week!