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A tartalmat a Changelog Media biztosítja. Az összes podcast-tartalmat, beleértve az epizódokat, grafikákat és podcast-leírásokat, közvetlenül a Changelog Media vagy a podcast platform partnere tölti fel és biztosítja. Ha úgy gondolja, hogy valaki az Ön engedélye nélkül használja fel a szerzői joggal védett művét, kövesse az itt leírt folyamatot https://hu.player.fm/legal.

Deno creator Ryan Dahl goes one-on-one with Jerod to discuss their new npm support, why he’s so excited about JavaScript containers, Deno Deploy’s present & future, what he thinks about alternative runtimes like Bun, WinterCG, how Wasm fits into the story & more!

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Sponsors:

  • SentryWorking code means happy customers. That’s exactly why teams choose Sentry. From error tracking to performance monitoring, Sentry helps teams see what actually matters, resolve problems quicker, and learn continuously about their applications - from the frontend to the backend. Use the code CHANGELOG and get the team plan free for three months.
  • SourcegraphTransform your code into a queryable database to create customizable visual dashboards in seconds. Sourcegraph recently launched Code Insights — now you can track what really matters to you and your team in your codebase. See how other teams are using this awesome feature at about.sourcegraph.com/code-insights
  • Lolo Code – If you’re familiar with building severless apps, think of Lolo Code as your backend with a visual editor that lets you think and build at the same time. All this without having to provision or manage servers. Use the visual editor to build your app, connect nodes, and add any npm libraries you need. You can even write your own integrations. This makes Lolo Code very Zapier-ish, but for devs. Try it free today with no credit card required at lolo.co/jsparty

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Fejezetek

1. Opener (00:00:00)

2. Sponsor: Sentry (00:00:32)

3. It's party time, y'all! (00:01:11)

4. Welcoming Ryan (00:02:01)

5. Deno's 1.3 million "new" packages (00:02:44)

6. Pragmatism vs idealism in decision making (00:05:14)

7. How Deno added npm support (00:07:23)

8. How npm with Deno is easier (00:08:09)

9. How npm with Deno is safer (00:11:12)

10. npm package compatibility concerns (00:14:27)

11. Sponsor: Sourcegraph (00:17:10)

12. Why Ryan is excited about JS containers (00:19:45)

13. It's Cloudflare "vs" Deno (00:25:48)

14. Deno Deploy's infrastructure (00:26:40)

15. Cold start performance goals (00:28:07)

16. What is WinterCG? (00:29:24)

17. Ryan's thoughts on Bun (00:31:02)

18. Does Deno unlock new kinds of apps? (00:35:21)

19. Sponsor: Lolo Code (00:36:48)

20. How Wasm fits in to the story (00:39:01)

21. Deno Deploy's ideal customer (00:41:09)

22. Any update on Deno's db product? (00:45:46)

23. How close is Deno to Ryan's goals? (00:47:21)

24. On Ryan's longevity in the industry (00:48:59)

25. What's coming soon to Deno? (00:50:20)

26. Wrapping up! (00:51:36)

27. Outro (00:52:00)

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Manage episode 349974017 series 1391411
A tartalmat a Changelog Media biztosítja. Az összes podcast-tartalmat, beleértve az epizódokat, grafikákat és podcast-leírásokat, közvetlenül a Changelog Media vagy a podcast platform partnere tölti fel és biztosítja. Ha úgy gondolja, hogy valaki az Ön engedélye nélkül használja fel a szerzői joggal védett művét, kövesse az itt leírt folyamatot https://hu.player.fm/legal.

Deno creator Ryan Dahl goes one-on-one with Jerod to discuss their new npm support, why he’s so excited about JavaScript containers, Deno Deploy’s present & future, what he thinks about alternative runtimes like Bun, WinterCG, how Wasm fits into the story & more!

Leave us a comment

Changelog++ members save 5 minutes on this episode because they made the ads disappear. Join today!

Sponsors:

  • SentryWorking code means happy customers. That’s exactly why teams choose Sentry. From error tracking to performance monitoring, Sentry helps teams see what actually matters, resolve problems quicker, and learn continuously about their applications - from the frontend to the backend. Use the code CHANGELOG and get the team plan free for three months.
  • SourcegraphTransform your code into a queryable database to create customizable visual dashboards in seconds. Sourcegraph recently launched Code Insights — now you can track what really matters to you and your team in your codebase. See how other teams are using this awesome feature at about.sourcegraph.com/code-insights
  • Lolo Code – If you’re familiar with building severless apps, think of Lolo Code as your backend with a visual editor that lets you think and build at the same time. All this without having to provision or manage servers. Use the visual editor to build your app, connect nodes, and add any npm libraries you need. You can even write your own integrations. This makes Lolo Code very Zapier-ish, but for devs. Try it free today with no credit card required at lolo.co/jsparty

Featuring:

Show Notes:

Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!

  continue reading

Fejezetek

1. Opener (00:00:00)

2. Sponsor: Sentry (00:00:32)

3. It's party time, y'all! (00:01:11)

4. Welcoming Ryan (00:02:01)

5. Deno's 1.3 million "new" packages (00:02:44)

6. Pragmatism vs idealism in decision making (00:05:14)

7. How Deno added npm support (00:07:23)

8. How npm with Deno is easier (00:08:09)

9. How npm with Deno is safer (00:11:12)

10. npm package compatibility concerns (00:14:27)

11. Sponsor: Sourcegraph (00:17:10)

12. Why Ryan is excited about JS containers (00:19:45)

13. It's Cloudflare "vs" Deno (00:25:48)

14. Deno Deploy's infrastructure (00:26:40)

15. Cold start performance goals (00:28:07)

16. What is WinterCG? (00:29:24)

17. Ryan's thoughts on Bun (00:31:02)

18. Does Deno unlock new kinds of apps? (00:35:21)

19. Sponsor: Lolo Code (00:36:48)

20. How Wasm fits in to the story (00:39:01)

21. Deno Deploy's ideal customer (00:41:09)

22. Any update on Deno's db product? (00:45:46)

23. How close is Deno to Ryan's goals? (00:47:21)

24. On Ryan's longevity in the industry (00:48:59)

25. What's coming soon to Deno? (00:50:20)

26. Wrapping up! (00:51:36)

27. Outro (00:52:00)

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