Templates allow developers to create faastRuby functions and share them with the community. Save your community template to a public Git repository with a readme explaining how to use the function. Other users will then be able to deploy that function template into their own workspace with a single command:
~$ faastruby new FUNCTION_NAME --template TYPE(local|git|github):SOURCE
Contribute to faastRuby
Contribute community content like blog posts, tutorials, documentation etc. and we'll send you a die-cut faastRuby sticker so that you can wear it on your laptop with pride!
Find or join a group of people in the community helping to make faastRuby local to you. Ambassadors speak at local events like Meetups, tour some project technology, and help locally.
Want to present faastRuby at your local meetup?
We'll dedicate time to support your presentation in any way that we can including 1:1 support, a faastRuby slide deck template, and we'll even buy pizza & beer for the meetup!
What the Community is saying
People are really excited about serverless Ruby & Crystal!
I wrote recently about how @FaaStRubyHQ took like 10 minutes from zero if you're interested — install a gem, write a few LoC, run 3 CLI commands and you're online (no registration needed to start) https://t.co/I5A2K0eq1b as-a-service-for-ruby-and-crystal-2849
— Jamie Gaskins (@jamie_gaskins) March 1, 2019
Came across FaaStRuby today and wow am I glad to see someone finally doing Ruby FaaS with a no-cruft approach and a decent CLI.
— Nestor Custodio (@nestor_custodio) December 17, 2018
Join our growing community of devs who are excited about the future of serverless functions
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