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  • A full-stack serverless application with AssemblyLift and Next.js
    The counter function is written in Ruby. Since Ruby is an interpreted language, AssemblyLift deploys a customized Ruby 3.1 interpreter compiled to WebAssembly, which executes the function handler. Since the interpreter is somewhat large, the cold-start time of a Ruby function tends to be larger than that of a Rust function. Our counter is being run in the backround, so we're fine with it being a little bit laggy... - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Why is no one promoting ruby?
    But, in general I was told use unless you _really_ want to stick with the docs for all you do (which is fine) or to dig more into some object hierarchy, etc. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Looking for pwsh (core/open source, v7) integration w/ rbenv, asdf
    [2] 'rbenv' - - Ruby version management utility. Run something like rbenv install 3.1.1 to install that version on your system (requires related project ruby-build), then rbenv local 3.1.1 in your code's directory to specify that for any ruby command in that directory only, you want to use version 3.1.1 that you installed through rbenv. Does other useful stuff too. Only does Ruby,... Source: over 2 years ago

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