What is Deno & Will it replace Node.js?

DenoJS is there to replace NodeJS. Or, at least, it has the goal to do so and to fix NodeJS’ biggest flaws. It’s by the same creator (Ryan Dahl) and it comes with some pretty interesting built-in features like TypeScript support and more. Let’s take a first look at Deno, explore it’s key features and find out if you should make the switch.

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50 réflexions sur “What is Deno & Will it replace Node.js?

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Being a typescript guy, I straight away accept deno and reject both JavaScript and nodejs. It's time we should move away with this awful language called JavaScript. Deno is the first step towards this direction.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Just keep in mind that deno uses the term "modules" instead of "packages" so it doesn't get confused with node packages.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Deno not supporting npm packages is a good thing. Let's start from clean slate.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Hi Max,
    Hope you are doing great
    Can you please make "Deno JS – The Complete Guide" Just like
    NodeJS – The Complete Guide (incl. MVC, REST APIs, GraphQL)

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Developers: Deno will replace Node.js
    Me: Mathafaca, I just learned Node.js after a hard struggle of two years.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Besides out of the box typescript support, I don't see any reason to switch to Deno. On top of that the Node / Express code you showed (for creating a web server), looks a lot cleaner than the Deno approach.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Thanks Max. Are you going to create another amazing course and launch it on Udemy? I'm sure there's thousands of people who know you that will be thinking exactly the same thing. It's a shame that more people aren't looking at Rust as an alternative to NodeJS as it's popularity may win our vote for you to create a Rust course 😀

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    I have basically zero experience with Node.js, so right now I'm considering to start learning DENO instead.

    As you said, Node.JS won't go anywhere soon. But not effectively having to rely on the proprietary NPM definitely seems like a plus.
    Especially since I'm currently going down a path of going completely FOSS.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Of course he will try to persuade you that deno is going to replace node. Else how would he sell his course on Deno ?

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    I was bout to start learning node, and my angular knowledge is pretty solid, so deno seems more attractive as it is compatible with typescript

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    I am excited about the future of deno. Security with node makes me uncomfortable to use it in production.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    I just started learning Nodejs for the past 2 weeks. still have 60% to complete just to have a glimpse of what the stuffs I missed and suddenly saw this video. I realized I'm pretty lucky I've stuck myself with PHP for the past 10 years, it has never failed me so far in my career in terms of having to worry about iterations.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    the only purpose of all new "innovative" hyped frameworks is to get more $$$ for a simple dev task and promote hardware upgrade.
    – Uh-oh, i know you can write it in a day with node, but i'm using new next gen future software! it will take me a week and you have to pay me three times more! Almost forgot, this new groundbreaking technology requires double of the system resources, go buy a new server.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Will there be frameworks for Deno just like its counterparts ? Or we don't need any frameworks to use it unlike Node.js which needs framework to help development easier ?
    At least, I have seen that there are 3rd party modules for database which make it worth a try.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    I am expecting the creator Express, Koa, Hapi, Nest.js, FeathersJs will immediately create the same frameworks for Deno. Because even with Node.js, I haven't made decision on which Node.js framework I will use in near future.
    So, I am expecting like the following :
    1. Express -> RessExp
    2. Koa ->Ako
    3. Hapi -> Piha

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Why are they keep on creating server-side language? idiots!! they should better the current language we have than creating more. I am the year 9999 and I have 1 trillion server-side languages on the list. Programmer: 😑😑😑😑😑😑

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Thanks for this great explanation and most importantly, touching on the differences between this and Node. I am really keen to use Deno on my personal projects, at least the ones which don't have too many NPM dependencies. But Deno sounds like a major improvement over Node, I can't wait to start playing with it.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    When you import it using the url, does this mean it calls each time during runtime ? Or does it pull down a local version so you don't have depend on a resource that may disappear ?

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Its this really cool thing and no. Will it get close? probably not. Will you learn it? yes please.

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    avril 9, 2021 à 9:09
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    Flutter dart will take over , javascript is dying without php i , one code to rule them all will be flutter and dart

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