Creating Node.js AWS Lambda functions that call native binaries
In this post I'm going to walk you through creating and deploying a Node.js AWS Lambda function that uses a native C++ addon. As you'll see, the process isn't much different than creating normal AWS Lambda functions with Node.js - you'll just need to get your development environment to match the requirements for AWS.
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Understanding Persistent Handles and Isolate's thread rules
Happy New Year everyone!
Last month I let you all know I was starting a blog series about Getting C++ to the Web using Node.js. My plan was to get the whole series out by the end of the year, and I just made it! The last part was posted just a couple of days ago, it focused on asynchronous addons using Nan. I also covered automation and . . .
Getting your C++ to the Web with Node.js - Part 4
This post is the fourth and final in a series dedicated to showing you how to get your C++ application onto the web by integrating with Node.js. In the first post, I outlined three general options:
- Automation - call your C++ as a standalone app in a child process.
- Shared library - pack your C++ routines in a shared library (dll) and call . . .