urbit-hob VS port

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Haskell utilities for Hoon-style atom printing and conversion (by urbit)


A ship runner and manager for Urbit OS (by latterbolden)
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urbit-hob port
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2.1 8.9
10 months ago about 2 months ago
Haskell TypeScript
MIT License -
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Posts with mentions or reviews of port. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-05-27.
  • Free Urbit "Town Hall" Conference tomorrow, featuring a talk from Justin Murphy
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/TheMotte | 27 May 2021
    Speaking as a user, an unexpected(?) upside of all this unpleasantness is that it filters out the nasty people. Even though getting on Urbit is pretty easy and getting easier, Eternal September hasn't hit. There are loads of really interesting, really pleasant users to chat with, and over the last year the number of groups has exploded to the point that no one has a complete list. And useful new features have come at a lightning pace, both from Tlon devs and the commputy: playing p2p chess and flicking through self-hosted spaced repetition notecards on multiple devices, without anyone harvesting your data ... it feels calm.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing urbit-hob and port you can also consider the following projects:

azimuth-hs - Haskell bindings for Azimuth (https://github.com/urbit/azimuth)

urbit-api - talk to your urbit from haskell