immutable VS anyolite

Compare immutable vs anyolite and see what are their differences.

immutable

Thread-safe, persistent, immutable collections for the Crystal language (by lucaong)

anyolite

Embedded mruby/Ruby for Crystal (by Anyolite)
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immutable anyolite
0 1
190 88
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1.1 8.2
12 months ago 7 days ago
Crystal Crystal
MIT License MIT License
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immutable

Posts with mentions or reviews of immutable. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

anyolite

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What are some alternatives?

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stumpy_png - Read/Write PNG images in pure Crystal

crystal-diff - A Crystal sequence differencing implementation

any_hash.cr - Better JSON::Any for Crystal

lambda.cr - Uniformed function call syntax for Crystal Language.

aasm.cr - :arrows_clockwise: Easy to use finite state machine for Crystal classes

retriable.cr - Retriable.cr is a simple DSL to retry failed code blocks

crystagiri - An Html parser library for Crystal (like Nokogiri for Ruby)