re VS elixir-type_check

Compare re vs elixir-type_check and see what are their differences.

re

Elixir library for writing readable regexes in functional style (by orsinium-labs)

elixir-type_check

TypeCheck: Fast and flexible runtime type-checking for your Elixir projects. (by Qqwy)
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re elixir-type_check
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38 415
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6.8 9.4
4 months ago 16 days ago
Elixir Elixir
MIT License MIT License
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re

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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

elixir-type_check

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  • What is the Elixir language used for ?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 4 Jul 2022
    Because Elixir has TypeScript types build in. It has strong types in runtime. 42 != "42", try doing this in TypeScript. Plus there's a library for runtime type checking. https://github.com/Qqwy/elixir-type_check
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 4 Jul 2022
    Oh really? Maintainer is super nice and responds to issues very quickly. https://github.com/Qqwy/elixir-type_check

What are some alternatives?

When comparing re and elixir-type_check you can also consider the following projects:

mint - Functional HTTP client for Elixir with support for HTTP/1 and HTTP/2 🌱

ElixirMock - Creates clean, concurrent, inspectable mocks from elixir modules

StreamData - Data generation and property-based testing for Elixir. 🔮

Norm - Data specification and generation

exp - Elixir library to statically inline expressions at compile time

hammox - 🏝 automated contract testing via type checking for Elixir functions and mocks