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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8 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?

  4. Can we please stop writting article with AI. I could tell with the first sentance and then ran it through an AI detector, and guess what AI generated.

    1. Hi Tom, thanks for your feedback. The first sentence of this article is the same as when this article was first published in 2020, before ChatGPT’s first release. It’s possible a different AI content generator was used, but we’ve found that certain writing styles tend to get marked as AI-generated when they’re not, which is the more likely explanation here. While things can certainly slip through the cracks, our team rigorously checks every draft and update we receive for both plagiarism and AI usage, and we have worked hard to ensure that the authors we work with write original content with integrity using their personal experience as developers. Still, we recognize it can be frustrating to read an article that sounds like AI, and we appreciate your reaching out to let us know your thoughts!

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