Guide on dynamic image resizing with Node.js and the Serverless Framework by Nick Gottlieb is a good start for entering web app development along with understanding how serverless can benefit here. However, here we’ll talk mostly not about Serverless Framework pros, but about auto-scaling, pay-per-execution functions that let you avoid a massive collection of pre-scaled cloud data, and also significantly cut down on your compute costs…
Like we did before, this release of Rails digest goes right after our JS digest. It collects all the most interesting and prospective Rails open source projects on GitHub that are listed in order of the most recent update. In this issue of ‘Monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories. April, 15’ you will explore a great serialization solution, Ruby autoformatter, GitLab CE Mirror, toolkit for file attachments, collaborative knowledge-exchange platform, Object Oriented DOM Tree and many other awesome repositories…
Recently we collected the web APIs best practices for you. In this blog post, we will cover how to build a simple API service with the Jets Ruby Serverless Framework.
If you remember, ones we promised you to update our material about AWS vs. GCP comparison? Today we eventually have done this! Meet the new AWS vs. Google Cloud vs. Microsoft Azure with emphasis of that they have in common and what are their main differences!
Welcome to 2019! The new year has just started but promises to be as awesome as can be. Particularly because we have some great new open source Rails repositories aimed to make your life better and happier. In this monthly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from the 9th of January 2019 we’ll explore… embedded Ruby ‘exception reporting service’, Rails app configuration manager, Ruby Serverless Framework, a tool for coordinating the execution of security scanners and many other neat Rails GitHub open source projects!
We still might think what is better in the cloud AWS or GCP… But after much community demand, AWS Lambda serverless platform now supports Ruby as a first-class language, opening up an interesting new way to deploy Ruby code. Can you hear this awesome news? AWS Lambda now supports Ruby!
Today we’d like to tell you about Corral! This is a serverless MapReduce framework. In a nutshell, Corral is a framework for writing arbitrary MapReduce applications that can be executed in AWS Lambda. It was the result of using Lambda as an execution environment (like Hadoop MapReduce uses YARN).