By Bartek Iwańczuk
Deno Newsletter #39 - v0.23.0 - lock files
Nov 12, 2019
Welcome to Deno Newsletter issue #39! Every week we serve you with a bunch of useful information and
November 12 · Issue #39 ·
Weekly synthesis on Deno related stuff. Releases, articles, news and resources.
Welcome to Deno Newsletter issue #39!
Every week we serve you with a bunch of useful information and links for every Deno enthusiast.
- official Deno website
- module registry
- where Deno devs hang out
- main repository
- module registry repository
- Deno Awesome List
- official Deno Twitter account
- official Deno Newsletter Twitter account
v0.23.0 released with lock file support
6:53 PM - 5 Nov 2019
You can now ensure your dependencies do not change unexpectedly.
To verify dependencies pass `–lock <file_path>` when invoking Deno.
To create/update lock file pass additional `–lock-write` flag.
Deno lock file
Add serveTLS and listenAndServeTLS
feat: Adds custom inspect method for URL (
fix: Support for deep Map equality with asserts#equal (
fix: Make EOF unique symbol (
fix: Prevent customInspect error from crashing console (
As we’re getting closer to v1.0, remember to track the progress in
GitHub - hayd/deno-lambda
A deno runtime for AWS Lambda
Successfully ran deno_license_checker as a GitHub Action
4:43 PM - 9 Nov 2019
GitHub - kt3k/license_checker
GitHub Action for checking the license lines of the files in a repository
GitHub - timonson/pickYourEsModule
Browse and pick your ECMAScript Modules.on GitHub.
Thanks for reading and stay tuned for more news next week!
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