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Here are some links for this weekend. I hope you’ll enjoy them! Full Stack Serverless - Building a Real-time Chat App with GraphQL, CDK, AppSync, and React: a concise tutorial by Nader Dabit Build A Confirmation Modal in React with State Machines: learn more about state machines with Dave Ceddia Building Microservices with Deno, Reno, and PostgreSQL: by James Wright Show your latest dev.to posts automatically on your GitHub profile readme: a GitHub action that automatically fetches blog posts from dev.
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How to Deploy a Deno Docker Container to Heroku

The Zero To Mastery Deno Course deploys a Deno docker container to Amazon EC2. The EC2 instances cost money after you’ve exhausted your free 12 months. Plus, Amazon’s cloud services can be tricky. Sometimes, services spike. You quickly exceed your free tier, even for a simple toy app. Let’s deploy Deno to Heroku instead. Heroku’s free tier stays free regardless of usage. The free level is slow, because it will periodically stop to save resources.
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Static File Server With Deno and Abc

Let’s say I have some static files I want to serve. For example, a React app or a Svelte app. Create Svelte App Let’s use the Svelte template: npx degit sveltejs/template svelte-app cd svelte-app npm install Now we need to create a production build: npm run build The command will create an optimized build in the public folder. Create Deno Server Install Deno. We’ll use the third-party module Abc to create a simple web server.
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Deno First Impressions

I’ve started learning about Deno. My first impressions are positive. I like how I can load dependencies with URLs. I especially like the combination of usingA CDN like pika.dev or unpkg which mirror tons of GitHub repos. If a module offers an ESM JavaScript file, you can load it with Deno. For example, load Rambda (the smaller alternative to the functional programming library Ramda): import * as R from 'https://unpkg.com/rambda@^5.6.1/dist/rambda.esm.js' Deno also offers tons of functionality out of the box, e.
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Deno Course Is Here

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Some Vim Resources

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Deno Resources

Updated on October 19th, 2020. This page collects resources, starter guides and tutorials on Deno, an alternative V8 runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript. A primer is here: Deno 1.0: What you need to know. Official Resources Deno website Collections dev.to Deno tag Awesome-Deno Deno SubReddit Tutorials/Getting Started/Guides (Free Resources) A Guide to Deno Core by Yingchen Xue & Kevin (Kun) “Kassimo” Qian Build A Simple CLI Tool With Deno by Mayowa Ojo Build Your First Deno App with Authentication Building CRUD APIs using Deno and oak by Kailas Walldoddi Creating your first REST API with Deno and Postgres by Diogo Souza Deno & PostgreSQL (Crash Course Part 2) by Brad Traversy Deno Beginner by Ahmad Awais Deno Course - Better than Node.
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