Custom domain for Functions
I'd like to be able to set a custom domain to my Function without having to put it through a load balancer or droplet.
should be able to invoke functions locally without deploying to speed up development time and allow for doing work when not connected to the internet.
Support for Docker images to Functions
I think serverless functions should support a built executable artifacts or entire container images instead of requiring source code.
Function call another Function
Can you add an option to call a DO Function from another DO Function in the same namespace? For example i have two functions called: "envokeSomething" and "validateJwt" inside of the same namespace. Now i want to call the validateJwt inside of the envokeSomething function. Right now its possible only with http request but it would be great if you could make an option to call it inside some function like: Function.call ("validateJwt") or even import it like a module. Its make sense due the fact that its the same namespace.
Please add typescript in function It's really helpful for person whom used typescript programing because nodejs it's to messy
Deno runtime in Functions
Rust runtime for DigitalOcean Functions
Rust is often called one of the most 'energy efficient' programming languages. Benchmarks of serverless applications on various cloud platforms showed that Rust beats other languages in terms of the cold start time (<200ms) and execution time due to the low-level nature. This allows developers to create fast and computationally intensive applications in serverless architecture and gives users a better experience by eliminating a "cold start problem". It would be awesome if DigitalOcean adopted this programming language in their products!
Add functions to trusted sources
If a managed database has connections restricted to trusted sources, it is not possible to connect to it from serverless functions deployed to namespaces (outside the App Platform). Consider adding an ability to specify a function, package, or namespace in the list of trusted sources of a database.