Deno v1.8 – support for WebGPU, private modules, Intl, and much more

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  • GitHub repo esbuild

    An extremely fast JavaScript and CSS bundler and minifier

    Maybe esbuild can help? It's a go-based bundler that does typescript, es6, etc. and a lot more. It's still pretty well integrated into the npm world and distributed as a node package though, so there might be some issues.

  • GitHub repo

    A fast, global content delivery network for ES Modules.

    Any modules on npm for web may work with minimal to no changes. You will need to convert them to esm. There are cdns which provide automatic conversion.



    Deno provides built in bundler. It is low level but there are third party packages built on top of it.

    All the three packages mentioned have equivalent in the deno ecosystem.

    Try searching on and

    Manual for built in stuff on deno:

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  • GitHub repo deno-xml-parser

    XML parser ported from

  • GitHub repo deno

    A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

    Is seriously getting the ‘hug of death’?!

    I’m seeing some very odd behavior. I’ve gone from getting an SSL error, to stuck in loading ‘forever’, to sometimes it loads.

    Anyone else seeing odd behavior?

  • GitHub repo fusrodah

    A Roda + Sequel + Webpack/TailwindCSS boilerplate to get started quickly.

    My project is closed-source but I used this project as a starting point:

    It's a really good/barebones Roda project using webpack for assets/js pipeline and Tailwind CSS for UI. My methodology was:

    1) clone the project

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