isomorfeus-project VS opal-browser

Compare isomorfeus-project vs opal-browser and see what are their differences.

isomorfeus-project

The powerful, isomorphic full stack web application development environment. (by isomorfeus)

opal-browser

Browser support for Opal. (by opal)
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isomorfeus-project opal-browser
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10.0 6.0
5 months ago 7 days ago
C Ruby
MIT License Do What The F*ck You Want To Public License
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isomorfeus-project

Posts with mentions or reviews of isomorfeus-project. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-01-13.
  • Opal v1.7 released with Ruby 3.2 support
    5 projects | /r/ruby | 13 Jan 2023
    Opal itself is quite low level. It just gives you a compiler and Ruby runtime. There exist a couple of frameworks using Opal: two most developed are Hyperstack (deeply integrates Rails, Opal and React) and Isomorfeus (integrates Roda, Opal and Preact)

opal-browser

Posts with mentions or reviews of opal-browser. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-01-13.
  • Opal v1.7 released with Ruby 3.2 support
    5 projects | /r/ruby | 13 Jan 2023
    Opal itself aims just at creating a Ruby runtime and a couple of life improvements, but there exist a couple of helper gems, for instance Opal-Browser (for an idiomatic API to interact with DOM and other browser APIs), Opal-Rails (for integrating with a Sprockets pipeline of Rails), Opal-RSpec (to test your frontend application). There exist a number of libraries and bindings to JS libraries for Opal.
  • Opal 1.5.0 released - compile Ruby to JS and run it in a browser
    8 projects | /r/ruby | 13 Apr 2022
    For DOM we use such a wrapping called opal-browser: https://github.com/opal/opal-browser
    8 projects | /r/ruby | 13 Apr 2022
    You can use opal-browser, which - just like jQuery itself - wraps the DOM API, is much more maintained than opal-jquery, offers much more functionality and has a similar API to opal-jquery (and to Nokogiri).
    2 projects | /r/rails | 13 Apr 2022
    For Rails integration we provide opal-rails, a Gem, that after inclusion will transparently handle .rb files in your JavaScript asset directory (via Sprockets). To interface with a web browser, you would also need to use opal-browser. As an alternative you can use Hyperstack, which deeply integrates React, Rails and Opal.
  • Opal 1.3 released
    6 projects | /r/rails | 3 Nov 2021
    Opal itself is a low-level thing, not depending on Rails whatsoever. We provide an official Gem for integration with Rails that integrates everything nicely and allows you to have .rb files in your JavaScript assets directory. Unlike Rails, Opal is not opinionated, to interface with web browser APIs properly you need to either use a library that wraps DOM directly, use a similar one that wraps jQuery or use Hyperstack, a fully-fledged Rails-integrated framework based on React that also allows you to share your models between frontend and backend. It's also possible to not use any of those and interface JavaScript APIs directly using an API that looks like this: $$[:document][:location].replace("https://opalrb.com/") or simply embed JavaScript with a backtick notation: `document.location.replace(#{@url})`.
  • Opal 1.2 (a Ruby implementation in JavaScript) released with Ruby 3.0 support
    2 projects | /r/rails | 12 Aug 2021

What are some alternatives?

When comparing isomorfeus-project and opal-browser you can also consider the following projects:

Opal - Ruby ♥︎ JavaScript

opal-js_wrap-three - Three.JS for frontend Ruby (Opal) with almost 0 bindings

Inesita - Frontend web application framework in Ruby using Opal.

opal-devtools - A Browser extension providing tools for developing with Opal Ruby in the browser.

YASL - Yet Another Serialization Library - A pure Ruby auto-serialization library that works across different Ruby implementations like Opal and JRuby as an automatic alternative to YAML/Marshal. Unlike Marshal, it does not raise errors for unserializable objects, thus provides a highly productive friction-free auto-serialization experience.

opal-rspec - Opal + RSpec = ♥️

opal-jquery - jQuery for Opal

opal-rails - Bringing Ruby to Rails · Rails bindings for Opal

TryRuby - This 4th iteration of TryRuby is a website where you can learn the Ruby language.

isomorfeus-preact - This repo moved to https://github.com/isomorfeus/isomorfeus-project/tree/master/isomorfeus-preact

snabberb - A simple component view framework for Ruby Opal based on Snabbdom