The developers of the Deno TypeScript/JavaScript runtime have reduced the size of

deno compile

binaries and introduced an official Linux ARM64 build with the newly released Deno 1.41 version.

This latest release of the Node.js rival was unveiled February 22. Users can upgrade their Deno installation by running the following command in the terminal:

deno upgrade

Deno Land said the binaries produced by the

deno compile

command in Deno 1.41 are as much as 50% smaller than in previous versions. A “Hello World” program compiled to a 116MB binary on Mac ARM in Deno 1.40 compiled to just 58MB in Deno 1.41. Further plans include making compiled binaries even smaller, as well as allowing developers to compile a custom build of Deno with only desired features.

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