Deploy Deno App in TypeScript

This article will teach you how to deploy your Deno (opens in a new tab) project on Zeabur.

Create Deno App in TypeScript (Optional)

Create a new file main.ts.

touch main.ts

Add the following to your main.ts.

Remember modify the port to Deno.env.get("PORT") in your serve function to make sure the application can listen correctly on the environment variable PORT given by Zeabur.

// in main.ts
import { serve } from "";
function handler(_req: Request): Response {
  return new Response("Hello, this is a Deno ( web app deployed on Zeabur (");
serve(handler, { port: Deno.env.get("PORT") });

Create a new file deno.json, and add the start command to the tasks field.

touch deno.json
# in deno.json
  "tasks": {
    "start": "deno run --allow-net --allow-env --allow-read main.ts"


Run deno task start to start the development server.

deno task start

Then, you can modify the code to develop your TypeScript project.

When you finish, initialize a GitHub repository for it and upload to your GitHub.


Click on Add new service button, then choose Deploy your source code.


Search for your Deno App repository, click on import, your Deno App will start deploying.