On Saturday, 29 March 2014 at 13:31:36 UTC, extrawurst wrote:
On Monday, 10 February 2014 at 19:56:57 UTC, extrawurst wrote:
As a long time D fanboy I was known to say "That is quite
simple in D" a lot at work!
Now I was finally able to convience my boss (our CTO) to take
a serious look at D as a replacement for the parts of our
infrastructure that use nodejs right now.
After my series of blog posts about this topic and a short
presentation I did in the office he finally announced quite
publicly today that we are in fact going to use D:
So our next online game will be powered by some parts in D ;)
A couple of weeks have past and I wanted to give you a follow
After a few of days watching and ironing out some quirks our
company officially launched the first component in our
framework that is actually D based:
In the back there are already 3 separate webservices that are
built upon vibe.d running in the amazon cloud.
We really like how clean the design became and how well it
scales. The next services are already planned.
These are all new components that we used to give D an honest
try and we are already confident that the existing (old)
modules will gradually be reimplemented using D. This is great
stuff for my dconf talk!
Just out of interest but, how useful would it be for you if you
ajax a route? Same goes for data models with querying it.