Top 23 Crystal crystal-language Projects
Crystal ORM using ActiveRecord pattern with flexible query DSLProject mention: Have you checked out Crystal? | reddit.com/r/rails | 2021-03-26
For a more concrete example, I don't think you can have ActiveRecord-like classes which have their fields defined by fetching actual database schema (without defining the schema upfront, like Jennifer does).
Advanced ORM between postgreSQL and CrystalProject mention: Frustrations with Crystal ORMs | dev.to | 2020-10-11
Scout APM: A developer's best friend. Try free for 14-days. Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties bottlenecks to source code so you know the exact line of code causing performance issues and can get back to building a great product faster.
Natural Language Processing (NLP) library for Crystal
It's like ActionCable (100% compatible with JS Client), but you know, for CrystalProject mention: I made a slim ActionCable-like library for websocket handling and would love your input | reddit.com/r/crystal_programming | 2021-03-15
Have you seen https://github.com/cable-cr/cable ?
Provide await and async methods to Crystal Lang
A minimalist Crystal authorization system inspired by https://github.com/varvet/pundit.
Mutation testing for crystal.
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Monads for Crystal
Comprehensive security for Lucky framework (by GrottoPress)
Crystal Run : shebang wrapper for Crystal (by Val)
Mongo ORM: A simple ORM for using MongoDB with the crystal programming language, designed for use with Amber. Based loosely on Granite ORM. Supports Rails-esque models, associations and embedded documents.Project mention: Ruby 3.0.0 Released | news.ycombinator.com | 2020-12-24
> If you're not, you can port to anything and it'll be roughly equivalent and having a static language in Ruby's clothes doesn't scratch much of an itch.
There are a couple of reports about successful ports, e.g. https://forum.crystal-lang.org/t/experience-porting-a-ruby-w....
> I don't see a great argument for using Crystal in 2020
There is still the Ruby-like syntax appreciated by many developers and Crystal has also some other interesting aspects not present in Ruby or imperative OO languages in general, e.g. union types, powerful macros (see e.g. https://github.com/sam0x17/mongo_orm/blob/master/src/mongo_o...).
A simple and fast URL shortener with built in stats.
Crystal language Tar Module implements access to tar archives.
⭐️ Web frameworks for Crystal, most starred on GithubProject mention: Are there any web frameworks for Crystal? | reddit.com/r/crystal_programming | 2021-03-25
a native library implementing secp256k1 purely for the crystal language
No dependency Crystal shard to validate, generate and format Brazilian burocracias such as CPF, CNPJ and CEP
Rapid blockchain prototyping
Component based MVC web framework based on fort architecture targeting good code structures, modularity & performance.
A tiny (<1KB) and fast UUID (v4) generator for CrystalProject mention: Create your own privacy focused pastebin alternative | dev.to | 2021-04-22
_id: The id of the Bin which is a url-safe UUID made using UUIX.
XMPP/Jabber Library for Crystal
Crystal bindings to the Google brotli compression library
Snappy compression format reader/writer for Crystal (by naqvis)
A Crystal shard for Server-Sent Events
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