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LLRT (Low Latency Runtime) is an experimental, lightweight JavaScript runtime designed to address the growing demand for fast and efficient Serverless applications.

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I wanted to try out LLRT, but I failed to get base64 decoding to work. ```javascript Buffer.from(str, 'base64'); ```

Hi! I tried to apply Profile-Guided Optimization (PGO) to optimize `llrt` performance further (as I already did for many other projects - see all current results [here](https://github.com/zamazan4ik/awesome-pgo)). I performed some...

enhancement
rust
performance

I note that hermes isn't mentioned in your "why not an existing solution" section. It'd be great to have an analysis of that one, since its goals seem much more...

question

It's mainly the node build script that is relying on unix paths at the moment. Path.join is platform specific (which is strange since windows supports forward slashes since forever)

enhancement

Hello, as suspected, TLS is the one that blocks the first usage of this LLRT Lambda config: ``` Function: MemorySize: 256 Architectures: ["arm64"] Runtime: provided.al2 Layers: - !Sub arn:aws:lambda:${AWS::Region}:${AWS::AccountId}:layer:LLRT:1 ```...

enhancement

Sourcemaps are currently not supported meaning that stack traces will be from transpiled JS sources. This is not ideal for debugging purposes. The parcel bundler has implemented support for source...

enhancement

https://wintercg.org/ Many cloud providers and other groups in the industry are aligning on standards for new non-node based runtimes. Will llrt attempt to follow specifications created by the WinterCG? Library...

question

In order to keep the binary size to a minimum only a subset clients of the full AWS SDK v3 is bundled currently. Multiple binaries We could via feature flags...

enhancement
dependencies

Create an upgrade action via CLI. llrt upgrade This could query the Github repo (via the API) and pull down latest release according to the users OS.

enhancement

Currently LLRT has no support for the HTTP and HTTPS modules from node.js. The only way to do http calls is to rely on the fetch call. LLRT should support...

enhancement