This is the introduction for a blog post series where we’ll use Deno to build different applications going from CLIs to web scrapping tools, among others.
If you’re not familiar with Deno, here’s the TLDR. If you have heard about Deno and are here to know more about it, let’s not waste any more of your time.
Here’s what we’ll cover in the upcoming posts:
- Building a CLI with Deno
- Using Deno with Puppeteer
- Building a Deno plugin, the interoperability with Rust
- Static site generation in Deno, with aleph.js
I wrote these posts in collaboration with some friends who work in the industry. I believe this will make such posts more interesting — as these are people with completely different backgrounds and experiences.
From now on it is up to you.
I hope you find it interesting and have some fun while exploring these posts. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Twitter!
If there is any Deno-related topic you’re interested in reading or writing about, I’d be happy to help.