kotlin-hashids VS krangl

Compare kotlin-hashids vs krangl and see what are their differences.


Kotlin hashids hash function (by leprosus)


krangl is a {K}otlin DSL for data w{rangl}ing (by holgerbrandl)
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kotlin-hashids krangl
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117 559
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0.0 6.9
over 1 year ago 8 months ago
Kotlin Kotlin
MIT License MIT License
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  • 2,900 page Manual about Pandas [pdf]
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Aug 2021
    > And what's the alternative, Excel?

    Take this with a grain of salt from someone who needs data manipulation occasionally every now and then (as opposed to being a full time number-cruncher, data-scientist, statistician etc.), using krangl[1] for Kotlin has been a great experience.

    I was drawn to this library because I use Kotlin in my dayjob for backend development, but I love how well Kotlin's succinct syntax & features like extension functions lends itself to data transformation & ETL kind of use cases.

    Also it doesn't hurt that JVM has a plethora of libraries available for things like DB access, plotting, etc.

    I am sure that Pandas has many features I am unaware of, and for a lot of people the high-ish startup time can be a deterrant, but for most of my day to day data munging the combination of jbang, krangl & kravis has been a pretty good fit.

    [1] https://github.com/holgerbrandl/krangl

What are some alternatives?

When comparing kotlin-hashids and krangl you can also consider the following projects:


kotlinx.reflect.lite - Lightweight library allowing to introspect basic stuff about Kotlin symbols

Kotlift - Kotlift is the first source-to-source language transpiler from Kotlin to Swift

kassava - This library provides some useful kotlin extension functions for implementing toString(), hashCode() and equals() without all of the boilerplate.

Strukt - C-style structs on the JVM!

kotlin-logging - Lightweight Multiplatform logging framework for Kotlin. A convenient and performant logging facade.

CakeParse - Simple parser combinator library for Kotlin

kotlinx-datetime - KotlinX multiplatform date/time library

asmble - Compile WebAssembly to JVM and other WASM tools


klock - Multiplatform Date and time library for Kotlin

dsl-logger - Logging DSL implementation in Kotlin