Denoflare – Develop, Test, and Deploy Cloudflare Workers with Deno

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    Denoflare looks like a way to develop Cloudflare Workers locally, possibly as an alternative to Cloudflare's Wrangler CLI [0]. The Wrangler CLI has `wrangler dev` that serves a similar purpose by actually uploading local code to Cloudflare to run in the "real" Workers environment. Denoflare instead emulates it locally using Deno, both of which provide Web Platform APIs.

    There's also Miniflare [1], which emulates a large portion of the Cloudflare Workers runtime and adjacent services like Durable Objects and the Key/Value store. Miniflare was recently promoted to an official Cloudflare Workers project [2].

    [0] https://github.com/cloudflare/wrangler

    [1] https://miniflare.dev/

    [2] https://twitter.com/_mrbbot/status/1441143456106094595

  • wrangler

    🤠 wrangle your Cloudflare Workers

    Not affiliated with Deno or Denoflare, but you can try Deno Deploy today! See https://deno.com/deploy/. Here's a recent status update from the blog: https://deno.com/blog/deploy-beta3/

    Denoflare looks like a way to develop Cloudflare Workers locally, possibly as an alternative to Cloudflare's Wrangler CLI [0]. The Wrangler CLI has `wrangler dev` that serves a similar purpose by actually uploading local code to Cloudflare to run in the "real" Workers environment. Denoflare instead emulates it locally using Deno, both of which provide Web Platform APIs.

    There's also Miniflare [1], which emulates a large portion of the Cloudflare Workers runtime and adjacent services like Durable Objects and the Key/Value store. Miniflare was recently promoted to an official Cloudflare Workers project [2].

    [0] https://github.com/cloudflare/wrangler

    [1] https://miniflare.dev/

    [2] https://twitter.com/_mrbbot/status/1441143456106094595

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    🔥 Fully-local simulator for Cloudflare Workers

    Not affiliated with Deno or Denoflare, but you can try Deno Deploy today! See https://deno.com/deploy/. Here's a recent status update from the blog: https://deno.com/blog/deploy-beta3/

    Denoflare looks like a way to develop Cloudflare Workers locally, possibly as an alternative to Cloudflare's Wrangler CLI [0]. The Wrangler CLI has `wrangler dev` that serves a similar purpose by actually uploading local code to Cloudflare to run in the "real" Workers environment. Denoflare instead emulates it locally using Deno, both of which provide Web Platform APIs.

    There's also Miniflare [1], which emulates a large portion of the Cloudflare Workers runtime and adjacent services like Durable Objects and the Key/Value store. Miniflare was recently promoted to an official Cloudflare Workers project [2].

    [0] https://github.com/cloudflare/wrangler

    [1] https://miniflare.dev/

    [2] https://twitter.com/_mrbbot/status/1441143456106094595

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