TLDR: Deno could replace Node in the next Decades. So come back a decade from now. Otherwise, let’s be the first!
- Deno is secure by default. Unlike Node, you have to specify system access such as a file, network, environment access, etc.
- It supports TypeScript out of the box. Thus you don’t need to install the TypeScript compiler separately.
- And a lot more. Last but not least, it is created by the same man, Ryan Dahl, who created Node.js a decade ago. So if he decided to create a new one, it would mean …… well, you figured it out yourself. If you have 30mn to spare, watch his presentation about 10 things he regrets about Node.js.