go-iterator VS server

Compare go-iterator vs server and see what are their differences.

go-iterator

Go 1.18 generics iterator experiment (by polyfloyd)
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go-iterator

Posts with mentions or reviews of go-iterator. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-15.
  • 1.18 is released
    6 projects | /r/golang | 15 Mar 2022
    I already played around a bit wit the beta a while back and made an iterator library to get to know this new language. It's here for anyone interested: https://github.com/polyfloyd/go-iterator
  • iter: Generic, lazy iterators for Go 1.18
    6 projects | /r/golang | 10 Jan 2022
    Regarding call chaining, it is still possible to chain things with operations that return different types, but they have to be done with functions instead of methods, so the result is still the same, just it's a little less readable. There is a generic iterator implementation by polyfloyd that doesn't support method chaining, but imo being able to chain iterators is one of their biggest strengths, since implementing lazy evaluation manually for a single operation isn't that difficult, its when you need to perform multiple kinds of manipulations that it gets messy.

server

Posts with mentions or reviews of server. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-03-15.
  • 1.18 is released
    6 projects | /r/golang | 15 Mar 2022
    You still end up with the same problem, though, just in a container instead of directly on your computer's filesystem. The root issue is that if you are working on two modules where one depends on the other, say github.com/yourname/server and github.com/yourname/client, the compiler (and gopls) is checking your function calls, etc. against the version in the repository, not the version you have on your computer that you just modified. This means that you would have to make a change, commit it to the repo, then do go mod download to get the changes, and then check to see if they work.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing go-iterator and server you can also consider the following projects:

go - The Go programming language

exhaustive - Check exhaustiveness of switch statements of enum-like constants in Go source code.

gtools - Generic tools for go 1.18+

client

go-generic - A collection of experiments using Go Generics coming out in Go 1.18

golangci-lint - Fast linters runner for Go

lo - 💥 A Lodash-style Go library based on Go 1.18+ Generics (map, filter, contains, find...)

iter - Package iter provides generic, lazy iterators, functions for producing them from primitive types, as well as functions and methods for transforming and consuming them.