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Following the release of Deno v1.0 I got excited to try my hands at it. These are my first experiences writing a simple tool in Deno.

A super fast introduction to Deno:
Deno is the spiritual successor of Node trying to fix design mistakes that were made early on but recognized only late into the project. Deno supports TypeScript out of the box and relies on web-standards. In Deno you can import ES modules from any URL and use fetch like you would in the browser. To help unify the community on processes and workflows Deno provides a wide array of stdLibs and has build in solutions for bundling, testing and code formatting. …

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Hendrik Wallbaum

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