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What's everyone working on this week (22/2023)?
14 projects | /r/rust | 28 May 2023
I am using nom / nom_locate to build the parser side because I've done a handful of other projects with it, and I plan to use tower-lsp to hook up the language server side.
State of the Ruby language server (LSP) ecosystem / looking for suggestions
11 projects | /r/ruby | 2 Oct 2022
I realize this might not be for everyone, but I'm writing it in Rust using Lib-ruby-parser and tower-lsp: two existing libraries that handle a bunch of the heavy lifting for me. I'm more productive in Rust than with Ruby at this point, despite doing Ruby full time for 15 years, plus I really really don't want to have to deal with a slow LSP--that was the whome impetus for this project. I started in the spring, made a bunch of headway, then backtracked to redo the internals to make it easier to handle monkeypatching, overriding/redefining of methods, etc. across your project.
Language Server Protocol
3 projects | /r/Compilers | 21 Jul 2022
https://github.com/ebkalderon/tower-lsp is a generalized LSP implementation in a lower-level language (Rust) so you may get a better idea by reading through that repo. It seems that the server opens a TCP socket that the client later connects to, but I'm not really sure.
how to make a lsp in rust ?
8 projects | /r/rust | 20 May 2022
A LSP is just an api implemented to Microsoft's LSP spec. You can implement that API however you wish but something like tower-lsp can do a lot of the heavy lifting for you.8 projects | /r/rust | 20 May 2022
Mine all use [tower-lsp](https://github.com/ebkalderon/tower-lsp/) for the LSP protocol stuff, and then either [Tree-sitter](https://github.com/tree-sitter/tree-sitter) or [Nom](https://github.com/Geal/nom). If I do another I'll probably try [Chumsky](https://github.com/zesterer/chumsky) which combines some of the advantages of both.
tower-lsp 0.16.0 — Lightweight framework for building LSP servers
2 projects | /r/rust | 11 Mar 2022
Seeking advice: Should I continue my Web Developer job or pursue my passion for compilers?
2 projects | /r/ExperiencedDevs | 17 Apr 2023
Since you mentioned Node CRUD APIs, I'd probably suggest looking at Relay/GraphQL. Would give you exposure to some interesting and employable skills that wouldn't require you learning an entirely new domain on top of it. They are rewriting the current compiler in Rust, which since you mentioned Rust might be interesting to follow. Uneducated takes, but GraphQL is a schema IDL, so would probably be a good place to start to minimize lexical complexity while still having some cool abstract concepts to learn (interfaces, unions, etc).
Compressing GraphQL Global Node ID
2 projects | dev.to | 10 Apr 2023
You may be familiar with Global Object Identification(GOI), especially if you've used Relay.
Top React Data Fetching Libraries
7 projects | dev.to | 31 Mar 2023
Relay (17k ⭐) -> The production-ready GraphQL client for React, developed by Facebook, was designed to be performant from the ground up, built upon locally declaring data dependencies for components.
Twitter open sources Navi: High-Performance Machine Learning Serving Server in Rust
5 projects | /r/rust | 31 Mar 2023
I think open sourcing for free labor is a common misconception. Most corporate led open source projects (eg, https://github.com/bottlerocket-os/bottlerocket from AWS or https://github.com/facebook/relay from Facebook) still require a team of employees.
How Woovi uses Relay?
3 projects | dev.to | 13 Mar 2023
If you look at relay.dev, Relay is the GraphQL client that scales with you. This definition is simple and defines Relay pretty well for the ones that already know all the features that Relay brings to the table.
Is it possible to create a symbolic link to a folder to solve case sensitivity?
5 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 1 Dec 2022
https://github.com/psf/black/issues/338 https://github.com/VeriorPies/ParrelSync/issues/61 https://github.com/prusa3d/PrusaSlicer/issues/5751 https://github.com/iterative/dvc/issues/2530 https://github.com/facebook/relay/issues/3647 And I know godmode9 at one point absolutely freaked when navigating into a symlink. It kinda depends on the app and what it's trying to load
Keeping React app in sync with backend/database
2 projects | /r/reactjs | 23 Nov 2022
It does, however, have a steep learning curve and messy documentation, plus needs nontrivial effort to set it up. I recommend deep diving into the example at http://relay.dev and playing with a test project first before you try to integrate it into your main app.
Introduction to GraphQL
2 projects | dev.to | 17 Nov 2022
Despite you may not want to use Relay (or even React) to consume your GraphQL data, their specification is very useful and provides a common ground of what developers should expect from a GraphQL server.
19 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 7 Nov 2022
For a concrete example, Relay uses them to garbage collect data in an asynchronous fashion. If an update is detected during the course of a gc, it is aborted.
2022 Best GraphQL Client? Currently using GraphQL-CodeGen + Apollo Client
3 projects | /r/graphql | 26 Oct 2022
https://relay.dev/ has the fastest codegen if you have a big schema and it’s handling of fragment and suspense is top notch. Highly recommended
What are some alternatives?
react-query - 🤖 Powerful asynchronous state management, server-state utilities and data fetching for TS/JS, React, Solid, Svelte and Vue. [Moved to: https://github.com/TanStack/query]
apollo-client - :rocket: A fully-featured, production ready caching GraphQL client for every UI framework and GraphQL server.
SWR - React Hooks for Data Fetching
axios - Promise based HTTP client for the browser and node.js
urql - The highly customizable and versatile GraphQL client with which you add on features like normalized caching as you grow.
dataloader - DataLoader is a generic utility to be used as part of your application's data fetching layer to provide a consistent API over various backends and reduce requests to those backends via batching and caching.
graphql-voyager - 🛰️ Represent any GraphQL API as an interactive graph
esbuild - An extremely fast bundler for the web
graphql-ws - Coherent, zero-dependency, lazy, simple, GraphQL over WebSocket Protocol compliant server and client.
TanStack Query - 🤖 Powerful asynchronous state management, server-state utilities and data fetching for the web. TS/JS, React Query, Solid Query, Svelte Query and Vue Query.