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Deno Vs. Bun Vs. Node.js: A Feature Comparison

by Hexagon, , Updated:

Choosing a JavaScript runtime for your project? Then you've probably heard of Deno, Bun, and Node.js. They are all good, but each has its own set of features and trade-offs. This guide will break them down by features, ease of use, security, and other considerations.

Deno Vs. Bun Vs. Node.js: A Speed Comparison

by Hexagon,

Following our recent deep dive into the feature sets of JavaScript runtimes, I decided to put them to the test in terms of raw performance. I created a new benchmarking tool called jsrbench to provide a clearer picture of the performance of Deno, Bun, and Node.js under equivalent conditions. I also use another of my tools called primer to compare performance of prime number calculation using different approaches.

Getting Started With Bun: A Blazing Fast Runtime For Javascript

by Hexagon,

In the ever-evolving world of JavaScript runtimes, Bun is emerging as a promising star. It might not have the maturity of Deno or Node.js, but it compensates with promising great performance. Let's explore Bun in detail.

Two Weeks With Do We Need A New Package Registry?

by Hexagon,

A while ago, I wrote a post called How to Create a Dual-Mode Cross-Runtime JavaScript Package: How to Create a Dual-Mode Cross-Runtime JavaScript Package, and while possible - it sure isn't simple. There has to be a better way, and the creators behind seem to agree.