November 06, 2012 by Richard Schneeman
If you're in the Ruby world, you've likely heard about mruby, Matz's latest experimental Ruby implementation. What I bet you didn't know is that you can run mruby on Heroku right now. As a matter of fact you can run just anything on Heroku, as long as it can compile it into a binary on a Linux box.
If you're new to mruby, or to compiling binaries take a look at my last article Try mruby Today. I cover getting mruby up and running on your local machine. If you are already up to speed then follow along as we use vulcan to package mruby as binary, wrap it up in a custom buildpack and then launch an app to use mruby on the Heroku cloud.