cf-ui vs Hyperloop: What are the differences?
cf-ui: A set of over 50 packages used to build UIs at CloudFlare using projects such as React, Redux, npm, Lerna, and more. While moving to React, we’ve taken our existing Backbone UI framework and rebuilt it from scratch on top of React. This includes over 50 packages that include dozens of components, utilities, test helpers, and more; Hyperloop: *The Missing Ruby Front-end Library *. Hyperloop lets you build beautiful interactive user interfaces using the same Ruby language running your server side code. Reactrb replaces JS code, JSX, HTML, templating languages, and complex frameworks with one simple system.
cf-ui and Hyperloop are both open source tools. It seems that cf-ui with 1.29K GitHub stars and 89 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Hyperloop with 298 GitHub stars and 15 GitHub forks.