deno_lint VS deno_sdl2

Compare deno_lint vs deno_sdl2 and see what are their differences.

deno_lint

Blazing fast linter for JavaScript and TypeScript written in Rust (by denoland)

deno_sdl2

SDL2 module for Deno (by littledivy)
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deno_lint deno_sdl2
6 1
1,141 89
1.8% -
8.7 7.7
10 days ago 3 months ago
Rust TypeScript
MIT License MIT License
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deno_lint

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deno_sdl2

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  • native web-api graphics (live, not image)
    6 projects | reddit.com/r/Deno | 10 Sep 2021
    sdl2 gets around the first problem by downloading a CLI service & starting it, that speaks JSON over a TCP socket. It's a limited surface of the API, and missing some pretty basic stuff, but I could see it working ok. It's not canvas, so I'd have to translate those sort of calls to it. I discussed that a bit here and it sounds like I could blit images of the canvas to sdl2 surface, but since it doesn't support in-memory images, I'd have to implement that in sdl2, or save a "frame" image to a file, for every blit. Either way, I have the overhead of redrawing every frame as a complete image. This seems incredibly jenky, and I assume will not perform very well, but I haven't tested.

What are some alternatives?

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dprint - Pluggable and configurable code formatting platform written in Rust.

webview_deno - 🌐 Deno bindings for webview, a tiny library for creating web-based desktop GUIs

deno - A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

deno-canvas - Canvas API for Deno, ported from canvaskit-wasm (Skia).

dvm - Deno Version Manager - Easy way to manage multiple active deno versions.

llvm-project - The LLVM Project is a collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. Note: the repository does not accept github pull requests at this moment. Please submit your patches at http://reviews.llvm.org.

pane - 🖼️ A deno module providing bindings for cross-platform windowing

deno-minifb - Deno wrapper around minifb, for making a framebuffer you can draw pixels to

deno_doc - Documentation generator for Deno