What’s happening with IBM Cloud Functions and Ruby?
Are you eager to jump into the new and modern way of building event-driven solutions? Is Ruby your go-to programming language? Excellent! IBM Cloud Functions is welcoming Ruby 2.5 as a natively supported programming language. Now, you can join the Serverless revolution and start building cloud-native apps without worrying about scaling or infrastructure management by using Function-as-a-Service.
What does it look like?
A simple action would look like the following example:
How do I get started?
To create a web action with the IBM Cloud Functions CLI plugin, you would run the following command:
To get the URL for the web action and open it in your browser, run the following command:
How do I learn more?
You can find specific information about creating actions in the IBM Cloud Functions docs. To go further, you can check out this blog: Ruby goes Serverless! – Apache OpenWhisk adds native support for Ruby