Deno Deploy was released as a first beta on June 23, with a series of beta releases set to follow. General availability is planned for the fourth quarter of 2021.
Built on the same systems as Deno CLI, Deno Deploy is free for developers to use during Beta 1, with users able to sign up to use it via GitHub. During the past eight months, Deno's developers have been designing the hosted service to supplement workflows with the open source Deno CLI.
Deno Deploy offers the following capabilities:
- Deployment of code via a URL.
- Support for TypeScript, JSX, ES Modules, and remote HTTPS imports out of the box.
- Custom certificates, with Deno Deploy handling only encrypted traffic.
- Direct GitHub integration.
Through Deno Deploy, developers can use the experimental Fresh web framework to build dynamic projects that do not require a build step. Developers can write code and deploy to Deno, with Fresh handling all steps. There is no configuration necessary and file system routing is provided.
The Deno project on June 11, meanwhile, published Deno 1.11, featuring official Docker images, more web crypto APIs, and a stable implementation of the
deno lint linter. Deno 1.10 was published in May. Users can upgrade to Deno 1.11 by running