Thats why it is somewhat better
We could always throw a copy of deno into the nodejs packages shared portion of the glitch servers but we could get in trouble for doing so
think maybe later in time we can add main deno support
YES! TypeScript Galore!!! looking forward to this
Thanks @jenn for creating that Deno starter, now that I’ve moved to Typescript and Deno, I was looking for a way to run Deno on Glitch when I found this!
And yes, I just bumped a thread.
While we wait for Gitch to add real Deno support, I remixed/updated @jenn’s Glitch to have Deno v1.23. It was still on 1.0.
I decided to make an ‘evergreen’ version of the Deno Glitch. It will download the latest version of Deno every time it installs.
How about I invite you to the ~hello-oak so you can do the same with that one (in case folks who already bookmarked it don’t miss these updates). Let me know if you’re interested and I’ll invite you to join the project!
That’d be great! I’d love to participate.
Awesome, sent you an invite to the project!
Hi @jenn, I must not have accepted that quickly enough because I never saw it to join. I put in a request to join the hello-oak project. Would you please approve it? Thanks.
Hi, just saw this and resent the invite to the project ~hello-oak. If you don’t see it in your inbox, check spam. If you still don’t see it, contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org saying you’re not getting the invite and mention I sent you!
By the way, for everyone else - I don’t have DM’s turned on here, so if you need to reach me for stuff like this you can email email@example.com and ask for me (and include the thread URL).