Updates, news, and announcements about Rainway. We also like to share cool behind-the-scenes stuff sometimes.
The fastest, safest binary serializer now with a hint of Rust.
I am not a software engineer, but most of the time the semi-technical background I have is enough to make accurate inferences in technical product conversations.
At Rainway, we develop real-time streaming software with high performance demands. We use schema-based serialization to make all the parts of our application communicate with each other quickly and type-safely.
We’re still buzzing with excitement around some of our latest news. As we look ahead to the future of computing, and continue to help build that future, we want to take the time to acknowledge how far we have come.
Putting games into the hands of users with a few lines of code.
Powering cross-platform applications with speed, safety, and confidence.
Supercharge your user onboarding, track conversions, watermark your applications, and much with our latest release.
At Rainway we are managing thousands of users connections, and this does not come without some headache. No two networks are the same, and as we like to say, the internet is held together by duct tape and glue.
Today we open sourced our process management library, Warden. It aims to simplify tracking processes and their children across Windows. For this development blog we wanted to dive into why we needed to create this library.