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Continuous Integration with Deno

In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use Semaphore Continuous In
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use Semaphore Continuous Integration (CI) to test Deno applications. As a bonus, we’ll explore how to release Deno applications in Docker using Continuous Delivery (CD).

The most significant difference, though, is that Deno doesn’t have a package manager (say goodbye to npm). That means Node.js modules are largely unsupported. Instead, Deno uses decentralized ES Modules. To compensate, Deno developers have introduced an audited standard library and support for third-party modules.

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