PredicateFlow VS Graph

Compare PredicateFlow vs Graph and see what are their differences.

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PredicateFlow Graph
0 0
103 875
- 0.0%
4.7 0.0
7 months ago about 2 years ago
Swift Swift
MIT License MIT License
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PredicateFlow

Posts with mentions or reviews of PredicateFlow. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

We haven't tracked posts mentioning PredicateFlow yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

Graph

Posts with mentions or reviews of Graph. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

We haven't tracked posts mentioning Graph yet.
Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing PredicateFlow and Graph you can also consider the following projects:

DataKernel - Simple CoreData wrapper to ease operations

Cadmium - A Swift framework that wraps CoreData, hides context complexity, and helps facilitate best practices.

AlecrimCoreData

CoreStore - Unleashing the real power of Core Data with the elegance and safety of Swift

MagicalRecord - Super Awesome Easy Fetching for Core Data!

Mogenerator - Core Data code generation

encrypted-core-data - v2.0 - iOS Core Data encrypted SQLite store using SQLCipher

SuperRecord - A small set of utilities to make working with CoreData and Swift a bit easier.

QueryKit - A simple CoreData query language for Swift and Objective-C.

CloudCore - Robust CoreData-CloudKit synchronization, including offline queuing, relationships, private, shared and public databases, field-level deltas, encrypted values, maskable attributes, cacheable assets, and more.

JSQCoreDataKit - A swifter Core Data stack

SugarRecord - CoreData/Realm sweet wrapper written in Swift