Nezir Zahirovic
Nezir Zahirovic

Build and Dockerize a Blogging API With Deno, Oak, and MySQL

Build and Dockerize a Blogging API With Deno, Oak and MySQLIf you’ve been working with Node.js for a while, then the chances are you’ve heard of Deno, the new JavaScript runtime with a special focus on security.Although it’s still at an early stage, there are a good number of modules available. Thanks to services like Pika, you can even use npm packages inside Deno.In this project, my goal was to see how much effort it took to build a simple API with authentication using whatever modules were available for the runtime in the moment. I also wanted to find out if I could Dockerize it with ease.I must admit, it was easier than I thought. By using some third party modules and an excellent hayd/deno docker image created by Andy Hayden, I was able to get a functional blogging API up and running with stateless authentication in about four hours. These were the modules I used:.


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