Deno Third Party Modules
deno.land/x is a hosting service for Deno scripts. It caches releases of open-source modules stored on GitHub and serves them at an easy-to-remember domain.
- cliffyCommand line framework for deno 🦕 Including Commandline-Interfaces, Prompts, CLI-Table, Arguments Parser and more...
- oakA middleware framework for handling HTTP with Deno 🐿️ 🦕
- jose"JSON Web Almost Everything" - JWA, JWS, JWE, JWT, JWK, JWKS for Node.js, Browser, Cloudflare Workers, Deno, Bun, and other Web-interoperable runtimes.
- fonctionA modern practical functional library
- puppeteerA port of puppeteer running on Deno
- kafkasaurA Kafka Client for Deno!
- mongoMongoDB driver for Deno
- discordenoDiscord API library for Deno
- postgresPostgreSQL driver for Deno
- deno_domBrowser DOM & HTML parser in Deno
- freshThe next-gen web framework.
- mysqlMySQL driver for Deno
- windmillWindmill deno client (separated from the main repo because most of the code is auto-generated from the openapi and not worth committing)
- honoLightweight, Ultrafast, Web Standards
- redis🦕 Redis client for Deno 🍕
- deno_slack_apiSlack API Client for Deno Run on Slack projects
- zodTypeScript-first schema validation with static type inference
How do I use modules on deno.land/x?
The basic format of code URLs is
https://deno.land/x/IDENTIFIER@VERSION/FILE_PATH. If you leave out the version it will be defaulted to the most recent version released for the module.
Can I find functionality built-in to Deno here?
I am getting a warning when importing from deno.land/x!
deno.land/x warns you when you are implicitly importing the latest version of a module (when you do not explicitly specify a version). This is because it can be unsafe to not tag dependencies. To get rid of the warning, explicitly specify a version.
Can I edit or remove a module on deno.land/x?
Module versions are persistent and immutable. It is thus not possible to edit or delete a module (or version), to prevent breaking programs that rely on this module. Modules may be removed if there is a legal reason to do (for example copyright infringement).
A module is name-squatting or its just made as a joke, can I have it?
Name squatting is not allowed on the deno.land/x/. If you feel that a module is not currently usable, has not been legitimately under development for more than 90 days, and you have a concrete proposal to publish a well-maintained module in its place, please contact support.