4D vs FUSE for macOS: What are the differences?
Developers describe 4D as "Integrated platform that simplifies and speeds up the development and deployment of web, mobile, desktop, and client-server applications". It is a cross-platform development environment and deployment infrastructure available in both Single-User and Client-Server. 4D contains it's own high level programming language and a RDBMS with a SQL engine. 4D is an IDE and a Compiler that facilitates the creation of machine code directly executable on both Windows and Mac. On the other hand, FUSE for macOS is detailed as "File system integration made easy". Allows you to extend macOS's native file handling capabilities via third-party file systems.
4D and FUSE for macOS can be categorized as "Integration" tools.
Some of the features offered by 4D are:
- SQL Server
- SOAP Server
On the other hand, FUSE for macOS provides the following key features:
- AccessibilityFS support
- exFAT support
FUSE for macOS is an open source tool with 5.17K GitHub stars and 329 GitHub forks. Here's a link to FUSE for macOS's open source repository on GitHub.