exquisite VS ex2ms

Compare exquisite vs ex2ms and see what are their differences.

exquisite

LINQ-like match_spec generation for Elixir. (by meh)

ex2ms

:ets.fun2ms for Elixir, translate functions to match specifications (by ericmj)
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exquisite ex2ms
0 0
75 158
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0.0 2.1
over 2 years ago 7 months ago
Elixir Elixir
Do What The F*ck You Want To Public License Apache License 2.0
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exquisite

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

ex2ms

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing exquisite and ex2ms you can also consider the following projects:

keys1value - Erlang set associative map for key lists

darksky-elixir - Dark Sky API wrapper in Elixir.

address_us - US Address Parsing for Elixir.

exsync - Yet another elixir reloader.

pact - Better dependency injection in Elixir

ex_phone_number - Elixir port of libphonenumber

elixir-browser - Browser detection for Elixir

dye - Dyeing your terminal!

exldap - A module for working with LDAP from Elixir

hammer - An Elixir rate-limiter with pluggable backends