eslint-plugin-compat VS glasgow

Compare eslint-plugin-compat vs glasgow and see what are their differences.


Check the browser compatibility of your code (by amilajack)


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eslint-plugin-compat glasgow
6 4
2,934 1,630
- 1.4%
3.1 2.5
28 days ago 22 days ago
TypeScript Python
MIT License BSD Zero Clause License
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  • Facts every web dev should know before they burn out and turn to painting
    8 projects | | 21 Oct 2021
    Hmm. A followup question: are there any cheats/hacks that would make it possible (if painful) to for example explore the world of USB3, PCIe, or Linux on low-end-ish ARM (eg, based on the 533MHz, without needing to buy equipment in the mid-4-figure/low-5-figure range, if I were able to substitute a statistically larger-than-average amount of free time (and discipline)?

    For example, I learned about recently, a bit of a niche kitchen sink that uses to lower a domain-specific subset of Python 3 ( into Verilog which then runs on the Glasgow board's iCE40HX8K. The project basically makes it easier to use cheap FPGAs for rapid iteration. (The README makes a point that the synthesis is sufficiently fast that caching isn't needed.)

    In certain extremely specific situations where circumstances align perfectly (caveat emptor), devices like this can sometimes present a temporary escape to the inevitable process of acquiring one's first second-hand high-end oscilloscope (fingers-crossed the expensive bits still have a few years left in them). To some extent they may also commoditize the exploration of very high-speed interfaces, which are rapidly becoming a commonplace principal of computers (eg, having 10Gbps everywhere when USB3.1 hits market saturation will be interesting) faster than test and analysis kit can keep up (eg to do proper hardware security analysis work). The Glasgow is perhaps not quite an answer to that entire statement, but maybe represents beginning steps in that sort of direction.

    So, to reiterate - it's probably an unhelpfully broad question, and I'm still learning about the field so haven't quite got the preciseness I want yet, but I'm curious what gadgetry, techniques, etc would perhaps allow someone to "hack it" and dive into this stuff on a shoestring budget? :)

What are some alternatives?

When comparing eslint-plugin-compat and glasgow you can also consider the following projects:

stylelint-no-unsupported-browser-features - Disallow features that aren't supported by your target browser audience.

xournalpp - Xournal++ is a handwriting notetaking software with PDF annotation support. Written in C++ with GTK3, supporting Linux (e.g. Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, SUSE), macOS and Windows 10. Supports pen input from devices such as Wacom Tablets.

amaranth - A modern hardware definition language and toolchain based on Python


chromium-legacy - Latest Chromium (≒Chrome Canary/Stable) for Mac OS X 10.7+

browserslist - 🦔 Share target browsers between different front-end tools, like Autoprefixer, Stylelint and babel-preset-env

fusionjs - Modern framework for fast, powerful React apps

rollup-plugin-ts - A TypeScript Rollup plugin that bundles declarations, respects Browserslists, and enables seamless integration with transpilers such as babel and swc

ECMAScript 6 compatibility table - ECMAScript 5/6/7 compatibility tables

deno - A modern runtime for JavaScript and TypeScript.

WireViz - Easily document cables and wiring harnesses

pclk-mn10 - (Attempting to) control the PCLK-MN10 USB device