The State of Web Frameworks on Deno
With npm compatibility in Deno improving, and npm specifiers now available on Deno Deploy, there are more options than ever to build web apps on Deno. Let's explore some options, including Fresh, SvelteKit, Nuxt/Vue, Astro, and beyond.
Fresh 1.4 – Faster Page Loads, Layouts and More
Discover new improvements in Fresh 1.4 that makes your site quicker to load and comes with several improvements to make authoring complex projects easier.
Fresh 1.3 – Simplified Route Components and More
Explore the key improvements in Fresh 1.3: streamlined route components, enhanced error handling, updated linting rules, and multi-island exports. This release also supports the stable Deno.serve API, making Deno projects more efficient and manageable.
Fresh 1.2 – welcoming a full-time maintainer, sharing state between islands, limited npm support, and more
Learn what new features the 1.2 release brings and about the future of Fresh.
A Gentle Introduction to Islands
What islands are, what they're not, and how they work.
Announcing Deno SaaSKit: an open-source SaaS template built with Fresh
Built on Fresh, SaaSKit combines the best developer experience with a performant user experience to help you start your SaaS fast.
You Don't Need a Build Step
The build step helps Node.js/npm run in the browser, optimize end-user performance, etc. But long build times limit productivity. With modern tooling, do we still need a build step?
Introducing Fresh WordPress Themes
Combine the DX and performance of Fresh with the reliability and dependability of WordPress.
The Future of the Web is on the Edge
A brief history of the internet explaining why building for the edge is faster, more secure, and easier than ever.
Fresh 1.1 - automatic JSX, plugins, DevTools, and more
This release makes Fresh even more powerful with automatic JSX, plugins, DevTools integration and more.