Post installing deno, when we type
--help on the command prompt, we get a list of sub-commands. These are the deno commands we will be looking at.
Here is the list of deno commands along with a short description.
bundlebundle module and dependencies of a project into a single file
cachecache the dependencies
completionsgenerate shell completions
docshow documentation for a module
evalto evaluate a piece of code, e.g. deno eval “console.log(1 + 2)”
fmta built-in code formatter (similar to gofmt in Go)
helpprints this message or the help of the given subcommand(s)
infoshow info about cache or info related to the source file
installinstall script as an executable
replRead-Eval-Print-Loop (the default)
runrun a program given a filename or URL to the module
typesprint runtime TypeScript declarations
upgradeupgrade deno to the newest version
You can run deno <subcommand> help to get specific additional documentation for the command.
deno run --help
This will list all the options available to use along with the