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Published : Oct 26, 2022
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Oct 2022
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There is certainly no shortage of frameworks to build web applications in JavaScript/TypeScript. We've featured many of them in the Radar, but what sets Aleph.js apart in this crowded field is that it's built to run on Deno, the new server-side run time created by the original developer of Node. This puts Aleph.js on a modern foundation that addresses several shortcomings and problems with Node. Aleph.js is still new — it’s approaching the 1.0 release at the time of writing — but it already offers a solid developer experience, including hot module replacement. With Deno now way past its 1.0 release, this is a modern choice for projects that can take the risk.

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