@natecull @teleclimber gamewise i don’t see anything here you couldn’t do in a browser. but with deno you’d have to a do a bunch of extra setup. deno is very much about correcting the mistakes ryan dhal thinks he made with node, and thus it’s squarely in node’s original usecase: small realtime server. though i see it’s got an api that shows it could do electron’s job.
It might be because "just plain browser" got a very bad name back in the IE vs Firefox wars, and so everyone ran for the shelter of frameworks as protection against all the unimplemented and half-/buggily-implemented browser stuff? And now that "framework first" mentality has stuck?
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