An intelligent AMQP proxy with AMQP connection and channel pooling/reusing. Allows e.g. PHP clients to keep long lived connections to upstream servers, increasing publishing speed with a magnitude or more.
Bifröst is a standalone websocket server written in Crystal. It’s easy to use and works with any server side language that can use JSON Web Tokens.
Tools like ActionCable seamlessly integrate websockets into your web framework but can put stress on your web servers and consume a lot of memory, making your application harder to deploy and scale.
Crystal delivers blazing fast performance with minimal memory footprint so Bifröst can handle thousands of websocket connections on a tiny VPS or hobby dyno on heroku.
Last year around this time the Amber project was in its inception and far from being something usable, today we have reached a milestone, Amber hit the 1k stars milestone :tada: :sparkles: :fire: :clap: And I wanted to personally thank you on behalf of the Amber team, thank you for supporting and making this project possible, our work heavily is inspired and movitated by the Crystal community culture and approaches to solve problems, Amber would have not been possible without your contributions, and for that we will be always thankful :raised_hands: https://github.com/amberframework/amber
Email library for Crystal. Testable, adapter-based, and catches bugs for you. Comes with an adapter for SendGrid.
Ameba is a static code analysis tool for Crystal. This package allows you to use this tool directly in Emacs.
Since 0.24.2 has been released, there are nightly builds of Crystal available. Yet, currently, they are not easily accessible without digging through circleci's build output (docker tag
nightly being a notable exception).
If you want to install nightly builds locally, there is a shell script which retrieves the tarball from circleci's API and installs it locally: https://gist.github.com/straight-shoota/a2f4b29203936c04c578d6f6a1ad5f9b
Salt is A Human Friendly Interface for HTTP webservers written in Crystal. It is heavily inspired by the Ruby's rack gem.