Async is a composable asynchronous I/O framework for Ruby based on io-event and timers.
"Lately I've been looking into
async, as one of my projects – tus-ruby-server – would really benefit from non-blocking I/O. It's really beautifully designed." – janko
- Scalable event-driven I/O for Ruby. Thousands of clients per process!
- Light weight fiber-based concurrency. No need for callbacks!
- Multi-thread/process containers for parallelism.
- Growing eco-system of event-driven components.
Please see the project documentation.
We welcome contributions to this project.
- Fork it.
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature).
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature').
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature).
- Create new Pull Request.
- async-io — Asynchronous networking and sockets.
- async-http — Asynchronous HTTP client/server.
- async-process — Asynchronous process spawning/waiting.
- async-websocket — Asynchronous client and server websockets.
- async-dns — Asynchronous DNS resolver and server.
- async-rspec — Shared contexts for running async specs.
Projects Using Async
- ciri — An Ethereum implementation written in Ruby.
- falcon — A rack compatible server built on top of
- rubydns — An easy to use Ruby DNS server.
- slack-ruby-bot — A client for making slack bots.