gazpacho VS rupy

Compare gazpacho vs rupy and see what are their differences.


🥫 The simple, fast, and modern web scraping library (by maxhumber)


HTTP App. Server and JSON DB - Atomic Parallel & Distributed (by tinspin)
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gazpacho rupy
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599 106
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3.2 2.1
6 months ago 9 months ago
Python Java
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Posts with mentions or reviews of gazpacho. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-05-16.
  • Ask HN: What are some tools / libraries you built yourself? | 2021-05-16
    I've been working on gazpacho [1] for last two years.

    It's a general purpose web scraping library for Python that replaces BeautifulSoup + requests for most projects.

    Just surpassed ~2K downloads every week!



Posts with mentions or reviews of rupy. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-10-12.
  • Ask HN: Solo-preneurs, how do you DevOps to save time? | 2021-10-12
    I made my own HTTP app. server and JSON database on top of that.

    The server accepts .jars with code (and files) so I can hotdeploy while developing on live on the entire cluster in real time. My turnaround is about 1 second.

    The JSON database allows for schema-less simplicity, and it has all the features you need like indexes and security (and then some, like global realtime distributed while still being performant) in 2000 lines of code.

    I have zero pain developing the most scalable (and energy efficient) backend in the world, yet very few seem to care or use it:

    It has been proven on a real project with 5 years uptime and 350.000 users:

  • Gemini: The Misaligned Incentives | 2021-09-28
    To build a simple but performant HTTP/1.1 web server is not that hard:

    As long as you only implement the good features!

  • Making a living with Raspberry Pi know-how
    The platform can be seen here:
  • Persism: A zero ceremony ORM for Java - new release 1.2.0
    I have the follow up on github:
  • Ask HN: Has anyone _fully_ embraced an event-driven architecture? | 2021-08-02
    Yes, I made my own open-source event driven platform: (rupy is the foundation and fuse is an example implementation tested with 350.000 users and 5 years uptime)

    The learnings where 2-fold:

    1) You need async-to-async capable clients so that you use (potentially) 4 threads on each browser server database roundtrip.

    Since most databases don't have async capable clients I wrote my own database too:

    2) You should use a VM + GC language so that you can use atomic shared memory between cores. This part is very hard to prove in theory, but in practice I'm baffled by how well Java performs, you can find three quotes that I managed find here:

    Finally getting threads to cooporate on things is hard and you cannot debug it with any tools, instead you have to use "trial and error" until is sort of works all the time.

  • Purdue CS590: Cloud-Native Database Systems (Spring 2021) | 2021-07-05
    > it's compact enough that you should be able to learn everything in about an hour.

    Yup, I learned everything I need to know about this project in 5 minutes:

    I hope you're successful in your Minecraft replacement, as I've enjoyed playing with some of the hobby projects it inspired | 2021-07-05
    Nope, the source code is linked and it's compact enough that you should be able to learn everything in about an hour.

    But here is the only documentation I have written so far:

  • Ask HN: What are some tools / libraries you built yourself? | 2021-05-16 (reddit)

    I also made my own cloud service both with my own hardware and on top of GCP: (raspberry 2 cluster) | 2021-05-16
    I made my own HTTP app. server and distributed JSON database:

    On top of this I have made many projects and I still use all of them today even 10 years later, some favourite: (multiplayer system)

  • An HTTP server in a single .c file | 2021-04-02
    In 7000 lines I add multi-threading, non-blocking IO, dynamic responses, chunking and hot-deployment:

What are some alternatives?

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selectolax - Python binding to Modest and Lexbor engines (fast HTML5 parser with CSS selectors).

xmltodict - Python module that makes working with XML feel like you are working with JSON

Nullboard - Nullboard is a minimalist kanban board, focused on compactness and readability.

xhtml2pdf - A library for converting HTML into PDFs using ReportLab

xmldataset - xmldataset: xml parsing made easy 🗃️

bleach - Bleach is an allowed-list-based HTML sanitizing library that escapes or strips markup and attributes

html5lib - Standards-compliant library for parsing and serializing HTML documents and fragments in Python


MarkupSafe - Safely add untrusted strings to HTML/XML markup.

pyquery - A jquery-like library for python

untangle - Converts XML to Python objects