It's been a while since the latest scala-native update, any news or anybody knows what the devs are working on?

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  • snunit

    Scala Native HTTP server based on NGINX Unit

    The problem with Scala Native is the fact that it's still a very niche project and does not have a large user base or serious production-level usage. We have only a few libraries which can do with SN things that would not be so easy to do with JVM or Graal Native Image, eg. SNunit . I believe that if the SN would get more traction or some good use-cases in the industry, people would be also more willing to invest more time in the development of that project. In the contrast, Scala.js has already some good commercial usage and nice libraries like Laminar or Airframe RPC

  • Laminar

    Simple, expressive, and safe UI library for Scala.js (by raquo)

    The problem with Scala Native is the fact that it's still a very niche project and does not have a large user base or serious production-level usage. We have only a few libraries which can do with SN things that would not be so easy to do with JVM or Graal Native Image, eg. SNunit . I believe that if the SN would get more traction or some good use-cases in the industry, people would be also more willing to invest more time in the development of that project. In the contrast, Scala.js has already some good commercial usage and nice libraries like Laminar or Airframe RPC

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

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