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Amber 1.0.0rc2 & Jennifer
dev.to | 2021-07-21
shard name (i18n) has ambiguous sources: 'git: https://github.com/dare892/i18n.cr.git' and 'git: https://github.com/techmagister/i18n.cr.git'.
reddit.com/r/ProgrammerHumor | 2021-10-23
And when Crystal matures and expands, even C++ is going démodé.
reddit.com/r/opengl | 2021-10-18
WebGL/Wasm/Rust is definitely on the horizon for me. My immediate goal is to re-create this interactive polygon on Crystal's website and have it run in the browser.
MacOS Crystal setup help
reddit.com/r/crystal_programming | 2021-10-14
Crest 1.0.0 Release
dev.to | 2021-10-14
This article is about Crest — HTTP and REST client for Crystal programming language.
Scribe – An alternative front end to Medium
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-12
Diamonds in the Rough : An Honest Trial for any Language
reddit.com/r/ProgrammingLanguages | 2021-10-11
Is it possible that you could benefit from "a better C"? If so, I'd love to hear your take on Crystal, and the recent announce on Interface99.
The Crystal Programming Language
news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-10
Suggestions for the red-lang.org website
reddit.com/r/redlang | 2021-10-08
C++20 Coroutines — Complete* Guide
reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-09-27
There's not much information on it, but the crystal-lang people also ran into an issue that looks similar, as the language uses M:N threading
Downsides (andUpsides) of ruby ? / tips for novice (w/Python) ?
reddit.com/r/ruby | 2021-09-11
Here's where things get a little confusing. There are now languages which have the same syntax as Ruby or Python, but are compiled languages. Crystal has the same syntax as Ruby, but with a compiler that compiles down to native object code and optional Strong Typing (it's like Static Typing, but without the implicit type conversion). Nim has the syntax of Python, but with a compiler that can compile down to native object code and Static Typing. This means that when you need the performance and Type System of a compiled language (ex: performance is a key requirement, or you need to replace slow code in your project with faster code), you don't have to learn a completely different language from Ruby or Python. You can easily switch between Ruby and Crystal, or Python or Nim, and get the best of both worlds.
What are some alternatives?
zig - General-purpose programming language and toolchain for maintaining robust, optimal, and reusable software.
Elixir - Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications
mint-lang - :leaves: A refreshing programming language for the front-end web.
nyxt - Nyxt - the Internet on your terms.
go - The Go programming language
crow - Transpile/compile Crystal to Flow
are-we-fast-yet - Are We Fast Yet? Comparing Language Implementations with Objects, Closures, and Arrays
bevy - A refreshingly simple data-driven game engine built in Rust
csmli - Mini-Lisp interpreter
runcobo - An api framework with simple, intuitive and consistent DSL, using jbuilder to render json. https://runcobo.github.io/docs/