July 30, 2020

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What's New?

  • doc.deno.land provides browsable automatically generated documentation for Deno compatible modules and now supports dark mode.
  • Releases have slowed down slightly, but we still got 1.2.1 last week, principally to fix a few bugs.
  • Merlin is a Jest-inspired testing and benchmarking framework for Deno.
  • Attain is an Express and Oak-inspired middleware-oriented Web framework for Deno. The documentation here makes it easy to get started.
  • WhatURL is a wrapper for Deno's base URL class that provides some helpers to make creating and parsing URLs a little more pleasant.
  • When you want a really simple storage mechanism for your app, consider Storeosaurus — as well as being a neat dinosaur related pun, it's a simple JSON storage system for Deno apps.
  • denon is the Deno equivalent of nodemon and monitors your app for changes and restarts as necessary.

Useful Resources

We're going to keep some links to perennially useful posts and resources down here just while everyone is getting up to speed with the Deno community. There's nothing new here, so if you want to skip them – no problem! :-)

awesome-deno: A Curated List of Things Related to Deno


The Deno Third Party Modules Directory — Deno has its own official code hosting service for Deno libraries.


Deno Docker: Latest Dockerfiles and Images for Deno — Grab some Docker files here covering Alpine Linux, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu.

Andy Hayden

▶  A 50 Minute Deno Crash Course

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