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    Developed using Fresh framework ( and deployed to Deno Deploy ( For persistent storage I use a simple MySQL instance from DigitalOcean.
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    I've been really enjoying Deno for personal projects! The developer experience is excellent and Deno Deploy makes it easy to quickly & easily get things deployed.
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    6 projects | | 29 Dec 2022
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    Fresh really takes a fresh new approach to web dev. It is still quite new but the ecosystem is rapidly growing. Up until now the Deno ecosystem was a missing a full stack framework and Fresh seems to fill that void quite effectively. You can create scalable, performant applications with Fresh and Fauna quite easily. On top of that you can make fully serverless full stack applications on the edge when you deploy your Fresh app to Deno deploy, or Netlify.
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    Fresh is considered "The next-gen web framework", built for speed, reliability, and simplicity on Deno. It is an edge-first web framework that delivers zero JavaScript to the client by default with no build step. It is optimised for speed and, when hosted on the edge with Deno Deploy, can be fairly trivial to get a perfect Lighthouse page-speed score.
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