Deno Raises $21M

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  • deploy_feedback

    For reporting issues with Deno Deploy

    The color changing on this page gives me a migraine:

    https://deno.com/deploy

    I like Deno in principle, but I'd love to see how Slack, Github and Netlify are using it.

  • deno-arm64

    A Docker image for Deno

    There are still no RPi builds as far as I am aware, which is a shame as there are now Mac silicon builds so not sure what the hold up is. I do wonder if there are.more Raspberry Pi's out there than M1/M2 Macs :)

    Someone is doing the builds here - been using them and seem ok: https://github.com/LukeChannings/deno-arm64

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  • deno

    A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

    proper applications as well. example is the https://deno.land website has an average CPU time of 6ms. CPU time means it doesnt include any IO bound operations, so ie doing a fetch request wont really contribute to the CPU time.

  • neon

    Neon: Serverless Postgres. We separated storage and compute to offer autoscaling, branching, and bottomless storage. (by neondatabase)

    A lot of marketing fluff and exaggerations but the core of is very interesting. Combine this with a real serverless Postgres like https://neon.tech/ and this could indeed change a lot the way mainstream apps are build an deployed.

  • dark

    Client, backend, and services for Dark: https://darklang.com

  • denoflare

    Develop, test, and deploy Cloudflare Workers with Deno.

    Agree regarding tooling.

    So much so that I wrote Denoflare (https://denoflare.dev/) to make writing Cloudflare Workers using standard Deno a breeze: no wrangler, toml, webpack, npm etc required

  • fresh

    The next-gen web framework.

    With all due respect, there's a point I think you're missing here.

    What I'm saying is that, even if you're only going to use Deno Deploy, it is an objectively better proposition because Deno (the runtime) has a much broader use case.

    Would you rather use something that (for now) can only be used on a single cloud provider for (let's call them) "edge HTTP" workloads and integrations with services of that single cloud provider...

    ... or use something that can be used on any cloud/hosting provider, for any HTTP workload (plus many other non-HTTP use cases), which also happens to have an "edge HTTP" service custom tailored for it?

    And let's not forget, Deno (the company), is much more focused on real developer needs. Workers still have a mediocre DX (although it has improved considerably lately) and still no framework for Workers like Fresh.

    https://fresh.deno.dev/

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