David Else
May 6, 2020 ⋅ 14 min read

Deno 1.0: What you need to know

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11 Replies to "Deno 1.0: What you need to know"

  1. Great article, which let Deno newer to learn about Deno very well.

    Can I translate it into Chinese and reprint it to the Chinese community?

    I will keep the Author, URL and your Plug while following the original meaning as much as possible

    Thx for your great job!

    1. Thanks for the support. For now, our policy is not to approve translations on third-party sites.

  2. Thanks for writing this, very informative. Regarding to the “web standards” section, is there a source/link I can reference of that “web-compatible APIs” list?

  3. Great work! I’ve been meaning to learn a little about Deno and this was the perfect amount of information to understand what it is and how its different from Node.js.

  4. If you type `deno doc` on the command line you will see documentation for all runtime built-ins, or for a specific one use `deno doc –builtin`, for example: `deno doc –builtin fetch`.

    There is no official list I am aware of for only the web-compatible APIs.

  5. What is the solution for more complex dependency trees? Different versions of the same module required by different (sub-sub) branches of the dep tree? multiple imports of the same module in different distant dep tree branches? npm5+ does some good job with tree flattening, There is A LOT of science behind the dependencies resolution, and from mvn through npm up to crates and competing go systems it is continuous discovery proces, where people try to respond to the one question: how to do it right?!?!?! Can you point me to any docs on the solution you decided to follow?

  6. Each file or module can have its own version-specific dependency … so there is not tree to speak of. It’s a flat one-to one. You can import/export ONE version for the entire project, sure, as a convenience, but you still can import different versions at the individual module level too. Read the section “Using deps.ts and URLs for versioning”

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