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Introducing the <deno> tag

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  1. HoolaBoola
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    That looks interesting, though with me not having much experience on that kind of stuff, can't say much except I like the "no more ambiguity" when it comes to "rabbit.ts? .js?" Also, as an LGBTQ+...

    That looks interesting, though with me not having much experience on that kind of stuff, can't say much except I like the "no more ambiguity" when it comes to "rabbit.ts? .js?"

    Also, as an LGBTQ+ person, I can't help but smile at images like this, just feels good to find support in unexpected places

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  2. skybrian
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    It looks like a good first effort, but I don’t see any effort put into avoiding security holes in either the code or the tests for the deno_tag module.

    It looks like a good first effort, but I don’t see any effort put into avoiding security holes in either the code or the tests for the deno_tag module.

    2 votes
  3. Wes
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    So you use console.log as your print statement? I like the idea, but that seems a bit unusual to me. In the example, it was setting the content for an existing paragraph tag. I wonder if returning...

    So you use console.log as your print statement? I like the idea, but that seems a bit unusual to me.

    In the example, it was setting the content for an existing paragraph tag. I wonder if returning elements will be parsed into the DOM tree automatically.

    I've not used Deno myself (though interested!), so I may be missing some details.

    2 votes