Add Deno as service

Could Deno also be added as service as node etc?

It shouldn’t be that hard to support. However, as a disclaimer, none of us at Cleavr HQ has used Deno so I’m kind of worried about not being able to treat it well. Also, I’m not sure what it takes to deploy a Deno website. I’ve a few questions:

  • Are there any gotchas installing Deno we should be aware of that you know?
  • Do you expect Cleavr to be able to support Deno webapps deployment as well?
  • Does PM2 support Deno?
  • Does Deno has a version manager like nvm/Volta?

I know you might not know all the answers but I just wanted to have the conversation going. Thank you!

Hi,

I haven’t done much in it either but I have found some answers:

  • Do you expect Cleavr to be able to support Deno webapps deployment as well? - Yes
  • Does PM2 support Deno? - It could check this
  • Does Deno has a version manager like nvm/Volta? - I found this

I will share more when I get time to look into it, however it looks very promising.

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Thanks for doing some research for us. Having PM2 support deno is exciting. I’m keeping this post open so that we both can add more information as we find them.

Future travelers: make sure to drop a comment if you want us to support Deno in Cleavr as a first class citizen. Thank you!

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