3.4 What's next

In this relatively brief chapter, we went over the threading model of Deno. We have covered the default threading model. We have also covered how Deno offers asynchronous operations through APIs or through tasks.
This also concludes the theoretical part of this book. It's time to move to real examples and see what happens under the hood.
In the next chapter, we'll go over an interesting topic: the bridge between v8 and Deno. Although v8 executes JS code, it doesn't implement all the functions required by Deno. At times, the bridge needs to be crossed back and forth.
After that, we'll go into detail to understand how Deno loads and executes a TS/JS code. Get ready to go deep in the following chapters 4, 5, and 6.