A quick introduction to the Deno CLI. It's a batteries included executable with everything you need to develop, test, and run Deno code. A quick overview of the Deno CLI
The Deno CLI is a batteries included executable with everything you need to develop, lint, test, and run Deno code.
CLI commands in Deno version 1.4:
In this article, we'll briefly discuss each command.
Tip: You can use the
--helpoption to get information about each command, for example
deno run --help.
Common CLI options in Deno version 1.4 supported by all commands:
--help: Display usage and example information about one or all commands.
--log-level <debug|info>: Filter output based on log level.
--quiet: Disable most intermediary output.
--unstable: Enable experimental Deno APIs, commands, and options.
--version: Display the versions of Deno, V8, and TypeScript included in the
Other than these, some commands support permission options such as
--allow-net. We will not discuss these in this article.
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