ScalaBuff VS µPickle

Compare ScalaBuff vs µPickle and see what are their differences.

ScalaBuff

the scala protocol buffers (protobuf) compiler (by SandroGrzicic)

µPickle

uPickle: a simple, fast, dependency-free JSON & Binary (MessagePack) serialization library for Scala (by lihaoyi)
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ScalaBuff µPickle
0 1
222 575
- 0.7%
0.0 7.3
over 4 years ago 17 days ago
Scala Scala
GNU General Public License v3.0 or later MIT License
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ScalaBuff

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

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

µPickle

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  • [help] Trouble with derivation and generics
    1 project | reddit.com/r/scala | 5 Jun 2021
    A good starting point is the note in MacroImplicits.scala in upickle sources. "derives Writer" for a specific case class Foo simply adds a given Writer[Foo] to a companion object of the same specific class. However, this cannot be done automatically for a trait defining sum type - in this case trait Thing. The required given must be defined manually, and the ones automatically obtained for case classes can be used in it.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing ScalaBuff and µPickle you can also consider the following projects:

ScalaPB - Protocol buffer compiler for Scala.

Pickling

Scrooge - A Thrift parser/generator

Chill - Scala extensions for the Kryo serialization library

scodec - Scala combinator library for working with binary data

Avro4s - Avro schema generation and serialization / deserialization for Scala

validation

avro-codegen

msgpack - MessagePack serializer implementation for Scala / msgpack.org[Scala]