polars_resources VS prism

Compare polars_resources vs prism and see what are their differences.

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polars_resources prism
1 6
16 706
- 8.0%
7.6 9.9
4 months ago about 22 hours ago
- MIT License
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Posts with mentions or reviews of polars_resources. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-11-20.
  • RubyConf 2023 Recap
    3 projects | dev.to | 20 Nov 2023
    Paul Reece gave an introduction to the Polars library. This started with an introduction to the Series and Data Frame data structures. Paul then walked through data cleaning operations available in Polars. He shared a repository of resources and code samples at the end of his session.


Posts with mentions or reviews of prism. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2023-12-23.
  • Unveiling the big leap in Ruby 3.3's IRB
    6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 23 Dec 2023
    IRB type completion comes as a result of a chain of events which starts from the incredible work done by Kevin Newton (et al) to write a new canonical Ruby parser called Prism in C99 with no dependencies [1].

    With Prism, you can then create tool suites like syntax_tree [2], which then leads Prettier formatters [3], a new Ruby LSP [4], which unlocks a new Ruby LSP VS Code extension [5], not to mention a laundry list of other gems like Rubocop and of course Ruby itself that will benefit from a faster and more maintainable Ruby parser.

    It's a beautiful illustration of the power of questioning conventions, going back to first principles to uncover better solutions to previously solved problems, whose new solutions create new capabilities which unlocks the ability to solve new problems.

    [1]: https://github.com/ruby/prism

  • RubyConf 2023 Recap
    3 projects | dev.to | 20 Nov 2023
    Kevin Newton talked about Prism, a new Ruby parser. He discussed the challenges that come with parsing Ruby. He shared what's next, and what we can and should expect from our Ruby tooling in the future. He ended with an impassioned discussion about building a contributor community around a single tool.
  • Ruby 3.3.0-preview1 Released
    2 projects | /r/ruby | 12 May 2023
    I thought yarp was where ruby parsing was heading

What are some alternatives?

When comparing polars_resources and prism you can also consider the following projects:

microjit-bench - Set of benchmarks for the YJIT CRuby JIT compiler and other Ruby implementations.

ruby-lsp - An opinionated language server for Ruby