Deno is here to fix Node's mistakes

Deno 1.0 is a new runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript

The first major version Deno 1.0 has been released. This runtime for running JavaScript and TypeScript code outside the browser was created by Node.js developer Ryan Dahl. In 2018, he started working on Deno to fix his design regrets in Node. Let’s see what sets this new runtime apart and where to get it.

Interview with Krzysztof Piechowicz

Node.js is Dead – Long live Deno!

Deno is a new runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript, created by Ryan Dahl – the original creator of Node.js. The project is intended to fix design problems in Node.js described in Dahl’s famous talk “10 Things I Regret About Node.js”. We talked to Krzysztof Piechowicz (adesso AG) about the differences between Node.js and Deno. In the iJS video, Piechowicz goes into the topic in more detail and shows what is possible with Deno.

Watch Krzysztof Piechowicz's International JavaScript Conference session

Deno – a better Node.js?

Deno is a secure JavaScript and TypeScript runtime based on the V8 JavaScript engine and Rust, created by Ryan Dahl. Is it the newest solution? And is it better than Node.js? This International JavaScript Conference session by Krzysztof Piechowicz goes over what Deno fixes in Node.js and how its core features compare.

Node, scrambled

Ryan Dahl is fixing his Node.js design regrets with Deno

Sometimes, we make mistakes. When we do, it’s important to fix them. But what happens when your mistakes are a part of one of the most popular run-time environments in the world? Ryan Dahl, the creator of Node, intends to fix those mistakes with a brand new TypeScript runtime called Deno.