Parallel VS await_async

Compare Parallel vs await_async and see what are their differences.


Ruby: parallel processing made simple and fast (by grosser)


Provide await and async methods to Crystal Lang (by anykeyh)
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Parallel await_async
1 0
3,898 72
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5.2 0.0
5 months ago over 1 year ago
Ruby Crystal
MIT License MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Parallel and await_async you can also consider the following projects:

posix-spawn - Ruby process spawning library

forkoff - brain-dead simple parallel processing for ruby

childprocess - Cross-platform Ruby library for managing child processes.

werk - Dead simple task runner - Modern concurrency tools for Crystal

Cable - It's like ActionCable (100% compatible with JS Client), but you know, for Crystal

Cadmium - Natural Language Processing (NLP) library for Crystal

crun - Crystal Run : shebang wrapper for Crystal

crytic - Mutation testing for crystal.

clear - Advanced ORM between postgreSQL and Crystal

jennifer - Crystal ORM using ActiveRecord pattern with flexible query DSL