Svelte Kit, The First ‘serverless-first’ Framework? Rich Harris, creator of Svelte, claims Svelte is now 'serverless-first'. But is it? And how well does it integrate with serverless platforms like Netlify and Vercel? How well can this new Svelte seamlessly integrate with serverless platforms like Netlify and Vercel?
That quote is from Rich Harris, creator of Svelte. A bold statement, but is the newly introduced Svelte Kit really “serverless-first”? And what does that even mean? And if so, how well can this new Svelte seamlessly integrate with serverless platforms like Netlify and Vercel?
Big fat disclaimer: Svelte Kit is in early development. The source code isn't public yet. To get a sneak peek I installed the "next" version (
@1.0.0-next.0) of Svelte and its new serverless adapters:
npm init [email protected] npm install -D @sveltejs/adapter-node npm install -D @sveltejs/adapter-static npm install -D @sveltejs/adapter-netlify npm install -D @sveltejs/adapter-vercel
My findings are based on sifting through the compiled code with the help of Sokra's source code visualiser.
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Happy Serverless September 2020! We at Coding Sans love working with serverless technology. This is why we decided to publish a report with the latest serverless trends this year. We partnered up with nine other companies who share our love to make it happen.
In this post, I will go through the process of predicting key performance characteristics and the cost of scale-per-request serverless platforms (like AWS Lambda, IBM Cloud Functions, Azure Functions, and Google Cloud Functions) with different workload intensities (in terms of requests per second) using a performance model.
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