Course Description

Deno is a new open-source runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript that is built on the same JavaScript engine as Google Chrome (V8) and is designed to provide a simple, secure, and efficient environment for building web applications. This course "Deno Beginner" is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the Deno runtime and how to use it to build web applications.

Throughout the course, you will learn the basics of Deno, including the architecture of web applications, the use of modules and middleware to handle requests and responses, and the use of the Oak framework to create a web server. We will start by learning about the basic architecture of a Deno application and how to create and configure a new project. You will also learn about the core concepts of a Deno application, such as modules, middleware, and Oak framework, and how they are used to handle requests and responses.

As we move forward, we will delve into more advanced topics such as testing, debugging, and deploying Deno applications. You will learn how to use Deno testing framework to write and run test cases, how to debug and troubleshoot Deno applications and how to deploy Deno applications to production.

We will also cover the best practices for developing web applications, such as how to manage large projects and collaborate with other team members. You will also learn about web development tools such as Denon and how to use them to improve your development workflow.

Throughout the course, you will also learn about the latest trends and updates in Deno and how to use them in your applications. With the help of this course, you will have a solid understanding of Deno runtime and the skills to build web applications using the latest technologies and best practices.

Author: Ahmad Awais