Spider-Gazelle – Rails esque web framework

Spider-Gazelle is billed as an elegant web framework designed to be simple, powerful and fast.

Spider-Gazelle builds on the performance of router.cr. Spider-Gazelle model is a library containing modules and methods that can be used to build database object-relational mappings. It can also be used to validate and coerce values being passed to controllers.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Heavy use of macros to preprocess and inline as much as possible before compile time.
  • Action Controller base class for building Controllers.
  • Active Model base class for building ORMs.
  • Habitat configuration and settings for Crystal projects.
  • router.cr base request handling.
  • Radix Radix Tree implementation for request routing.
  • HTTP::Server built-in Crystal Lang HTTP server:
    • Request.
    • Response.
    • Cookies.
    • Headers.
    • Params etc.

Website: spider-gazelle.net
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Place Technology
License: WTFPL License

Spider-Gazelle is written in Crystal. Learn Racket with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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