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Fast, simple, free and open source functional reactive programming framework
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What is Scramjet?

Scramjet is a fast, simple, free and open source functional reactive stream programming framework written on top of node.js streams with multi-threadding support. The code is written by chaining functions that transform data easily with ES7 async/await syntax. It is built upon the logic behind three well known javascript array operations: map, filter and reduce. Scramjet transforms are so standard and natural that we're sure you can start writing your code straight away.
Scramjet is a tool in the Concurrency Frameworks category of a tech stack.

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Scramjet's Features

  • simple usage
  • es6 ready
  • standards compatible
  • stream processing
  • event processing

Scramjet Alternatives & Comparisons

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