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Explaining the different mental model Deno has about managing dependant code.
I’ve been working on Deno for a while now, and one of the features I am proud of, which I wanted to share a bit more detail on, is how we do bundling. Deno typically does all the heavy lifting for you. Modules are just URLs, so you don’t need any special tooling to include modules like a package manager. For example if you wanted to run a static web server, you would only need to do something like this:
I saw the following tweet from Mohsen: Creator of Node.js has something cooking here: This is basically Node.js with libuv (and more) swapped with Go IO and network bindings. It has native @typescriptlang support and has a new/better module system https://t.co/oVRlX8vluf — Mohsen Azimi (@mohsen____) May 30, 2018 And I got excited. While a TypeScript runtime was never an objective or goal of TypeScript, there is an argument that having a runtime, especially for a server side application, is better.
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