Anshul Goyal
Jul 6, 2023 ⋅ 8 min read

Improving Node.js performance using Rust

Anshul Goyal I love to code and use new technologies.

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6 Replies to "Improving Node.js performance using Rust"

  1. > Rust can mimic the behavior of a C library.
    Like C++ can’t? 🙂
    What `extern “C”` is for in C++ then? 😉

  2. Rust is somehow flew above my head. However node.js is something that I use everyday in my projects. It help me doing a lot of things easily. For example, I use gulp for automating tasks.

  3. What is meant by “You can use WebAssembly to create a node_module, but all Node.js functionality is not available”? Can’t you create a wasm and bind to any part of the Node.js API with wasm-bindgen?

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