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  • Show HN: Deno Subhosting is now self-service
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 14 Nov 2023
    Hey all, Andy from the Deno team here. We're excited to share with you Deno Subhosting, an easy way to extend your platforms functionality by securely running untrusted JavaScript written by your users.

    When we first launched [Deno Deploy](https://deno.com/deploy) in 2021, we were surprised at the volume of requests from companies about getting access to the APIs needed to run Deno Deploy. Many companies wanted to give their users the ability to write custom logic in their app, but setting this up in the cloud presents security concerns and a ton of infra work/maintenance.

    We realized that there was an opportunity for Subhosting to solve a larger problem, which is allowing companies to easily and securely run custom code written by their users, without the hassle of maintaining said infrastructure.

    Though we do have a few subhosting customers (Netlify being one of them), this launch makes our Subhosting product self-service, so any development team interested in extending their platform via their users' custom code can do so by [signing up](http://dash.deno.com/subhosting/new_auto) and [reading our docs](https://docs.deno.com/deploy/manual/subhosting). We have [an updated pricing model for Subhosting](https://deno.com/deploy/pricing?subhosting) as well, including a generous free tier fit for kicking the tires and building a proof-of-concept.

    We'd love to get your feed back. Have you ever talked to your co-workers about allowing external devs to "have at it" with your platform? What would it look like to unlock the final 10% for your top customers? How have you approached this problem in the past?

    Thanks for reading and the Deno team will be responding to comments!

    [Read the announcement blog post.](https://deno.com/blog/subhosting)

  • Run Bun Run! Building an AWS CDK Template with Bun
    4 projects | dev.to | 28 Sep 2023
    That means we don’t need to transpile the Typescript code to ESM or CJS. Currently, only Deno Deploy can run your Typescript function out of the box. However, in order to keep the code small, we still need some sort of bundling. Luckily, Bun is also a bundler 😉
  • Deno 1.36
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Aug 2023
    What type of apps do you code for your day-job? (I program for fun and curiosity, so that is why I ask that lame question.)

    Do you use node.js? Deno is brought in part by the Node.js creator, Ryan Dahl, who wanted to fix/improve a lot of things he didn't like in node.js.

    They also have "Deno Deploy" (with a free tier) to run your code on different servers scattered throughout the globe: https://deno.com/deploy

    One of the reasons I love the `deno` executable is you can use `import` statements in your code and then tell `deno` to merge everything into a single .js file. I would then take that and publish it to Cloudflare Workers. I know you can do this with node.js and a bunch of tools, but it is so much simpler with `deno`.

  • Moving Fast: A Retrospective on Trunk-based Development
    10 projects | dev.to | 5 Jul 2023
    The online version of DocTrack is hosted through Deno Deploy and is accessible here.
  • Supabase edge functions deploy to 35 regions!
    1 project | /r/Supabase | 3 Jul 2023
    It runs on https://deno.com/deploy which runs on gcp at the moment but my understanding is that the underlying cloud provider could change at any time.
  • Ask HN: Is Deno Ready for Prime Time?
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Jun 2023
    For deployment Deno offers it's own service, Deno Deploy:

    https://deno.com/deploy

    Disclaimer: Haven't used it yet.

  • supabase edge functions
    1 project | /r/Supabase | 22 Jun 2023
    Deno functions. Its different than docker containers that auto scale. https://deno.com/deploy
  • Supabase Edge Runtime: Self-Hosted Deno Functions
    12 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Apr 2023
    One of the biggest annoyances with Deno deploy/functions is that there is no way to store any data. This would be very useful to e.g. cache an auth token, store a key/value pair, etc. See also: https://github.com/denoland/deploy_feedback/issues/110

    Is any work being done to fix this? Or is this out of scope currently?

  • Why we added package.json support to Deno
    2 projects | /r/javascript | 22 Mar 2023
  • Using Solid Start with GitHub pages
    6 projects | dev.to | 13 Feb 2023
    One of the valuable features of Solid Start is that you can use so-called "adapters" to completely change the output into something deployable basically everywhere that serves pages and with quite a lot of options: there are adapters for amazon web services, cloudflare pages and workers, deno deploy, netlify, standard node server (the default), vercel, and static deployment - the latter allows us to build something that we can put on github pages.
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