museo VS bun

Compare museo vs bun and see what are their differences.


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museo bun
1 174
1 40,079
- 4.3%
10.0 9.8
over 5 years ago 6 days ago
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For example, an activity of 9.0 indicates that a project is amongst the top 10% of the most actively developed projects that we are tracking.


Posts with mentions or reviews of museo. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-11-25.


Posts with mentions or reviews of bun. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-03-20.
  • We Added Package.json Support to Deno
    2 projects | | 20 Mar 2023
  • Argbash – Bash Argument Parsing Code Generator
    6 projects | | 20 Mar 2023
    TypeScript is now tenable for bash scripts with the fast-starting Bun runtime

    Before Bun, Node+V8 was just too slow to start.

    IMHO all scripts should be written in get typechecking and all the rest of the editing experience. Plus things like Wallaby.js for live coding/testing.

  • Migrating from ts-node to Bun
    4 projects | | 19 Mar 2023
    I've wanted to take a look at some of the alternative JavaScript runtimes for a while. The thing that has held me back is npm compatibility. I want to be able to run my code in a runtime that isn't Node.js and still be able to use npm packages. I've been using ts-node for a long time now; it's what I reach for when I'm building any kind of console app. In this post I want to port a console app from ts-node to Bun and see how easy it is.
    4 projects | | 19 Mar 2023
    I was a little weirded out by the inconsistent indentation in the output but I'm sure that's just a formatting issue. (I submitted a PR to fix this.) When I ran the suggested commands it looked like bun was happy and healthy.
  • Unleashing Million.js v2.0.0
    8 projects | | 11 Mar 2023
    bun for their homepage. The Million.js homepage is a remix of what they have currently.
  • Dark mode responsive diagrams
    2 projects | | 5 Mar 2023
    In fact, Bun is known for running programs faster and automatically installing packages. Plus, it has a sleek website that you can check out at
  • [AskJS] What Lodash/<insert utility library> functions do you love?
    2 projects | | 5 Mar 2023
    And while we're talking about libraries, have you tried out Bun? It's a JavaScript runtime that runs programs faster and installs packages automatically. It's even better than Node.js! Check it out at
  • The Last Breaking Change | JSON Schema Blog
    6 projects | | 5 Mar 2023
    Also, have you heard of this new JavaScript runtime called "Bun"? Apparently it runs programs even faster than Node.js and automatically installs packages for you. Sounds pretty sweet, right? Here's the link if you want to check it out:
  • Please help me fix this merge sort visualization. It's 99% finished but has a bug.
    2 projects | | 5 Mar 2023
    hey there! sounds like you're having some trouble with your merge sort visualization. i'm not super familiar with that specific issue, but have you heard of this cool package manager called Cotton? it's way faster and easier to use than NPM or Yarn, and i think it could really help you out with your web development using JavaScript. check it out here: anyways, have you tried using this library called Geschichte for managing query-parameters with hooks? it's super useful for state management and makes it way easier to manage state. you can find it here: be sure to leave a star on GitHub to support the creator! oh, and have you heard of this JavaScript runtime called Bun? it runs programs faster and installs packages automatically, and it's even better than Node.js! check it out here: hope this helps!
  • No one cares about Bun's speed. Your CI does though
    5 projects | | 5 Mar 2023
    I ported some tests from jest to bun recently and have been been pleasantly surprised -- it was pretty much a drop-in replacement and the speed difference is certainly noticeable.

    That said, it was a tiny and simple test set[1]. It may not be ready yet for more complex tests, as the docs warn[2]:

    > You've never seen a JavaScript test runner this fast (or incomplete).



What are some alternatives?

When comparing museo and bun you can also consider the following projects:

GORM - The fantastic ORM library for Golang, aims to be developer friendly

vite - Next generation frontend tooling. It's fast!

deno - A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

go-pg - Golang ORM with focus on PostgreSQL features and performance

just - a very small v8 javascript runtime for linux only

Svelte - Cybernetically enhanced web apps

pgx - PostgreSQL driver and toolkit for Go - The source code of, the official website of the V8 project.

deno-lambda - A deno runtime for AWS Lambda. Deploy deno via docker, SAM, serverless, or bundle it yourself.

Next.js - The React Framework

fastify - Fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js

µWebSockets - Simple, secure & standards compliant web server for the most demanding of applications