Crystalizer VS bindata

Compare Crystalizer vs bindata and see what are their differences.


(De)serialize any Crystal object - out of the box. Supports JSON, YAML and Byte format. (by j8r)


BinData - Parsing Binary Data in Ruby (by dmendel)
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Crystalizer bindata
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Crystal Ruby
ISC License BSD 2-clause "Simplified" License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.


Posts with mentions or reviews of bindata. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-06-18.
  • Newb here: have you written your own web server? Seeking advice
    13 projects | /r/ruby | 18 Jun 2022
    For example, I enjoy sim racing, and some of my games provide a network API for things like telemetry data. So I wrote a simple telemetry logger that I use to gather data, which I then mess around with using R Studio. Ruby worked exceptionally well for this because of a cool little library called BinData.
  • Ruby Structs with type specifications for the properties
    4 projects | /r/ruby | 29 Jun 2021
    These projects always remind me of binary formats. I've used bindata to work with binary formats coming from UDP streams over a network, and it's very handy to have a layer that encapsulates your expectations about the data you're receiving, combined with an exception handling apparatus.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Crystalizer and bindata you can also consider the following projects:

BinData - BinData - Parsing Binary Data in Crystal Lang

JSON::OnSteroids - [Crystal Lang] Handle and mutate JSON document easily - MaxMind DB Reader for Crystal

JSON tools - An implementation of RFC-6901 and RFC-6902 in Crystal Lang - MaxMind GeoIP2 Reader for Crystal

crinder - Class based json renderer in Crystal - Easy to use configuration and parser. - Separates a files front matter from its content

HAR - HAR (HTTP Archive) parser in Crystal