Deno is a secure-by-default runtime environment that aims to simplify many of the operations formerly outsourced to node modules. Similarly, Vue has been gaining ground on both React and Angular since its release in 2014, with a lot of developers excited about its flexibility and ease of use. Vue has many popular build tools, but these utilities only support development in node.js.However, for developers who are equally as excited by Deno as they are by Vue, there has not previously been a way to work with Vue in the Deno runtime. Until now.
As the first build tool for compilation and bundling of Vue single-file components in a Deno runtime, vno allows a user to employ the elegance and functionality afforded by developing with Vue while offering the security and simplicity of Deno.
What is Vno?
Vno is a parser, compiler, and bundler and can be easily accessed through an integrated CLI tool that will either create an entire project from scratch, including an example file structure and components, or optimize an existing Vue project with a few simple commands.
How does Vno work?