Very much like nodejs for those who have used before, Deno can be called using the V8 engine, but it is also built-in Rust. Some of the key benefits include being secure out of the box (no access to localhost/network/environment), working natively with typescript without additional compiling like babel, and easy to install and use. Let's take a closer look at it in this deno tutorial where we will install and begin using it.
The topics covered include:
- What is Deno?
- Why is Deno?
- How do we install Deno
- Installing Deno
- Deno example
- Deno security for network access
- Deno extra security for domains
- Deno file security for localhost access
- Typescript Deno support
- Deno runtime and Deno testing
- Conclusion and my thoughts on Deno
This is just a quick 10-minute introduction to Deno, but hopefully, it will give you a better understanding of how it works for those coming in fresh or from node.
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