How to use Threads and Fibers to increase performance in Ruby

To know more about Ruby Fibers, check out our previous blog An Introduction to Ruby's 'Fibers'. In Ruby, Concurrency can be implemented in a variety of ways, including using Threads or Fibers. Fiber.schedule(:blocking) do sleep 2 end end Fiber.schedule do sleep 2 end end # The above example will take 4 seconds to finish. Ruby Fibers allow the programmer to control when to start and stop the process, providing greater flexibility and performance. In this article, we will see how using the Fiber Scheduler interface we can perform asynchronous programming in our application. In the below example I will be using Ruby 3.1 with gem as the scheduler. • : Sometimes we may need parent fiber to wait for the child fiber to complete. sleep 2 end Fiber.schedule do sleep 2 end end # The above example will take 4 seconds to finish. (). Continue reading.



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