Deno: New compatibility Layer for Node.js & Integration for AWS Lambda

Alex Alex 18 November 2019
Deno: New compatibility Layer for Node.js & Integration for AWS Lambda

Deno is now a compatibility-Layer for node.js . In addition, e in the Ecosystem of the

Deno was introduced last year as an Alternative to node.js . Conceptually, to make the new Runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript some things differently as a Node, as Ryan Dahl announced in the summer of 2018. Since then, a lot has happened. Meanwhile, Deno is in v0.24 available and has been revised with this Release, one of the original Design decisions. So Deno should not, decidedly with a Node to be compatible. v0.24 added to the core project, but a compatibility Layer to node.js .

Deno, Reno, AWS Lambda: The Ecosystem is created

but It is not working only to Deno itself. The Community has formed in the last months of an Ecosystem that includes a number of modules and Libraries for Deno. Thus, under the name Reno a Routing Library developed based on the HTTP module of Deno. In addition, Deno can be used AWS Lambda. The latter refers to the TypeScript Version of Deno can be used as a separate Layer in AWS Lambda.

a Total of lists the Deno-site 98 Third Party modules for Deno in that lay the Foundation for the Ecosystem around the Alternative to node.js . Whether Deno can establish itself as a real Alternative to Node, will depend on, among other things, the development in this field.

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Source: entwickler.de

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