Yap is a small, well documented, dependency free library to help you parse strings and slices by extending the Iterator trait with a bunch of parser-combinator style methods. It tries to keep out of the way, and gives you everything you need to return detailed errors at every step.
A small, zero-dependency library that can be used to build and evaluate mini-languages in the browser or in NodeJS. You have complete control over every operation performed, and this library takes care of the nitty gritty of the parsing and such.
A small CLI router that can merge several HTTP and file endpoints behind a single host/port under different paths. Built to enable quick hacking together of client files and APIs during development.
After spending the last couple of years working primarily with React on the frontend, I was introduced to Svelte and was compelled to give it a go. Here are some of my thoughts.
In this post I'm going to work towards writing a function that can accept and work with closures taking variable numbers and types of arguments. On the way, I'll look at trait families, and a way to avoid overlapping impls.
Various snippets of useful information and examples for PostgreSQL