❗️ THIS PROJECT IS IN HARD DEVELOPMENT AND BIG CHANGES MAY HAPPEN
(PLEASE GIVE YOUR IDEAS TO MAKE IT BETTER)
It finds equivalents of the things.
The programming world grows so fast. Loads of packages are being created day by day. And there are so many programming laguages around. When the developers try new languages, they need to reuse their experience.
equiv allows you to use your experience in all programming languages. And it
makes you adopt a new language faster.
Let's say you are a Rubyist who wants to develop a web application with Python.
Since you are a Ruby user, you already know Sinatra, but don't know the Python world.
equiv and it will find you the Python equivalent of Sinatra.
equiv sinatra of python
It finds the equivalent:
ruby/sinatra is a micro web framework equivalent in python is are: - flask > pip install flask
And also you can just use the concepts like
equiv micro_web_framework of ruby
It finds the best match.
equivalent in ruby are: - sinatra > gem install sinatra
We highly need contributions to increase numbers of registered libraries!
|Registered Languages||Registered Libraries|
Want to add more? Extend our registry
You can install
equiv using Homebrew.
brew tap f/equiv brew install equiv # Enable Autocompletion eval "$(equiv --completion)"
It's super simple...
equiv [the concept] of [the language] equiv [the language]/[the library] of [the language]
$ equiv http_client of python equivalent in python are: - requests > pip install requests
$ equiv python/requests of node python/requests is a http client equivalent in node are: - request > npm install request --save
You don't have to say programming language.
$ equiv sinatra of crystal ruby/sinatra is a micro web framework equivalent in crystal are: - kemal > Please add `sdogruyol/kemal` to `shards.yml`
Please extend the library from
|Add new language...|
- Add more and more languages and libraries
- Data is built into the binary, it may be a remote service or another repo which
can be updated with a command like
equiv update. Now the binary has to be updated when registry updated.
- Fork it ( https://github.com/f/equiv/fork )
- Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create a new Pull Request