The latest version of the Deno JavaScript/TypeScript runtime features native HTTP/2 web server capabilities.

Deno 1.9 was introduced April 13. For this release, the developers enlisted hyper, a fast HTTP implementation based on the Rust language, to build a new native HTTP/2 server API in Deno. The prior TypeScript-based HTTP server, std/http, offered good tail latency despite using a scripted HTTP server, but it was HTTP 1.1-only, with no easy path toward HTTP 2, according to Deno 1.9 release notes.

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