Top 23 Event Open-Source Projects
Reactive Programming in SwiftProject mention: DispatchGroup in Swift | dev.to | 2021-03-06
We have defined what async code is, and two basic issues we could have when working with it: running tasks serially and in parallel. For running tasks in parallel we saw that DispatchGroup can be a simple solution for that. I will recommend using a library for this though. What I taught you here is basic async knowledge, but in real world scenarios, this won't be this straightforward, so using a battle tested library is always an advantage when working in production. I personally recommend using Apple's Combine if you can (it is supported in iOS 13 and above) or using RxSwift otherwise Finally, I can't finish this article without mentioning async-await. With async-await, probably all of this discussion will be a thing of the past. It lets us write async code that can be written like sync code. You can see the proposal (already implemented and that will be released in the next version of swift) here, and even try it in your code following a tutorial like this one.
Cocoa framework and Obj-C dynamism bindings for ReactiveSwift.
Scout APM - Leading-edge performance monitoring starting at $39/month. 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.
Promises for Swift & ObjC.Project mention: DispatchGroup in Swift | dev.to | 2021-03-06
The most typical way to solve this problem is by using Combine's Future or PromiseKit's Promise, or by using RxSwift's flatMap. If you're interested on how this works under the hood, I plan to write another article for this case, but for now you can check my code for a simple Promise in this gist, or check this quite old but incredibly mind blowing talk from Javi Soto.
A high-performance, highly reliable, observability data pipeline.Project mention: Lightweight and ultra-fast tool for building observability pipelines | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-05-10
A Swift binding framework
A network event stream processing system, in Clojure.
Simple, powerful, first-party analytics for RailsProject mention: The Ruby Unbundled Series: Track How Customers Use New Features | dev.to | 2021-03-24
Attendize is an open-source ticket selling and event management platform built on Laravel. (by Attendize)
A micro library providing Ruby objects with Publish-Subscribe capabilities
Building event-driven applications the easy way in Go.Project mention: Show HN: Exactly-once delivery counter using Watermill messaging library | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-04-21
A comprehensive Domain-Driven Design example with problem space strategic analysis and various tactical patterns. (by ddd-by-examples)Project mention: Is Domain Driven Design still the recommended approach for enterprise applications or has any newer approach superseded it? | reddit.com/r/java | 2021-04-29
A library for reactive and unidirectional Swift applications
Write great asynchronous code in Swift using futures and promises
:date: Easy!Appointments - Open Source Appointment SchedulerProject mention: open-source self hosted system for take a appointment | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2021-05-09
Swift Reactive Programming.
Indico - A feature-rich event management system, made @ CERN, the place where the Web was born.
Web development platform built entirely in PostgreSQLProject mention: news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-16
Whoa, this project looks really cool. I'm trying to read the docs though, and there's a lot of broken links — e.g. all the "Backend Documentation" links here: https://github.com/aquametalabs/aquameta/tree/master/docs
A publish/subscribe EventBus optimized for iOS
Durable Rules Engine (by jruizgit)Project mention: SpaCy v3.0 Released (Python Natural Language Processing) | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-01
Currently https://github.com/nilp0inter/experta but https://github.com/noxdafox/clipspy seems nice, I just shied away from using it due to uneasiness about FFI and debugging, even though the original CLIPS is still awesome and has a very interesting manual.
There's also https://github.com/jruizgit/rules but haven't tried it yet.
A Swift based Future/Promises Library for IOS and OS X.
Modern thread-safe and type-safe key-value observing for Swift and Objective-C
Open Source Event Manager. An event management tool tailored to Free and Open Source Software conferences.
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