Rails is a large framework, built for long-running tasks. It takes (sometimes many) seconds to load and initialize everything. Jets is a "serverless" methodology way to get Ruby into a Lambda (function as a service) world. The idea of these is that you have a single, simple function (validate this credit card, say) and you implement it in a single function that returns an answer in milliseconds. There's a fundamental mis-match between these two goals. Nothing wrong with Rails or the "serverless" idea. They each have different purposes and best uses. Rails is for monolithic applications, serverless is for single-function composable modules of code.
On Jul 15, 2019, at 12:08 PM, Jason Long <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Can "Ruby on Jets" offer "Ruby on Rails" features? Can it a competitor for RoR framework?
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