Node.CLI-Progress VS readable-stream

Compare Node.CLI-Progress vs readable-stream and see what are their differences.


:hourglass: easy to use progress-bar for command-line/terminal applications (by AndiDittrich)


Node-core streams for userland (by nodejs)
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Node.CLI-Progress readable-stream
2 11
589 901
2.6% 0.6%
3.7 1.6
16 days ago about 1 month ago
JavaScript JavaScript
MIT License GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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Posts with mentions or reviews of Node.CLI-Progress. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-02-14.


Posts with mentions or reviews of readable-stream. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-06-23.
  • Working with Node.js streams
    1 project | | 24 Sep 2021
    Knowledge of Node.js streams is essential because they are a great tool to rely on when handling large sets of data. Check out the Node.js API docs for more information about streams.
  • How I Built An Incomplete CMS
    4 projects | | 23 Jun 2021
    AWS S3 buckets can hold a wide variety of objects in storage and can be accessed through Node APIs. This seemed like the best option because I would be able to scale the number of posts I make indefinitely while not affecting my file size and I could maintain the already existing and tested markdownToHtml conversion. It is possible to store markdown files in AWS S3 buckets and then stream the contents into my existing functions. Before going any further, here is are the dependencies from my package.json.
  • NodeJS pipeline to c#?
    1 project | | 25 May 2021
  • Get streaming data and send it to different clients
    2 projects | | 10 May 2021
    A Transform stream is a Duplex stream where the output is computed in some way from the input. Examples include zlib streams or crypto streams that compress, encrypt, or decrypt data.
    2 projects | | 10 May 2021
    The Stream API is only relevant if OP has an actual Stream-based connection to each client (in which case the .pipe() method is going to be the way to go for doing one-to-many stream broadcasting). But he/she is probably better off using a library like SocketIO or ws. I.e. that uses WebSockets under the hood and, thus, exposes a higher level abstraction.
  • Encoding in Stream Transform
    1 project | | 29 Apr 2021
    Fun problem, took me awhile to figure out. It's buried in the Node.js documentation:
  • Newbie graphql file upload question! (Need help)
    1 project | | 20 Mar 2021
  • How I made my own file compressor using Node.js
    1 project | | 16 Mar 2021
    The definition above is from Node.js Documentation.
  • Protip to anybody using Gulp: switch from .pipe() to .pipeline()
    1 project | | 3 Mar 2021
    It's not. It's part of the stream, standard library since Node 10. Here's the documentation
  • Unzip large files in AWS using Lambda and Node.js
    1 project | | 1 Mar 2021
    Unzipper package, on the other hand, works based on Node.js streams. In short, streams allows us to process (read/write) data in chunks, keeping memory footprint as well as execution time very low.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Node.CLI-Progress and readable-stream you can also consider the following projects:

node-ytdl-core - YouTube video downloader in javascript.

ffmpeg.wasm - FFmpeg for browser and node, powered by WebAssembly

Highland - High-level streams library for Node.js and the browser

get-stream - Get a stream as a string, buffer, or array

concat-stream - writable stream that concatenates strings or data and calls a callback with the result

peek-stream - Transform stream that lets you peek the first line before deciding how to parse it

through2 - Tiny wrapper around Node streams2 Transform to avoid explicit subclassing noise


through2-concurrent - Simple Node.JS stream (streams2) Transform that runs the transform functions concurrently (with a set max concurrency)

first-chunk-stream - Transform the first chunk in a stream