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C++ vs Martini: What are the differences?

Developers describe C++ as "Has imperative, object-oriented and generic programming features, while also providing the facilities for low level memory manipulation". C++ compiles directly to a machine's native code, allowing it to be one of the fastest languages in the world, if optimized. On the other hand, Martini is detailed as "Classy web framework for Go". Martini is a powerful package for quickly writing modular web applications/services in Golang.

C++ belongs to "Languages" category of the tech stack, while Martini can be primarily classified under "Frameworks (Full Stack)".

"Performance" is the primary reason why developers consider C++ over the competitors, whereas "Go" was stated as the key factor in picking Martini.

Martini is an open source tool with 10.6K GitHub stars and 1.09K GitHub forks. Here's a link to Martini's open source repository on GitHub.

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What is C++?

C++ compiles directly to a machine's native code, allowing it to be one of the fastest languages in the world, if optimized.

What is Martini?

Martini is a powerful package for quickly writing modular web applications/services in Golang.
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    Marc3842h uses C++C++

    C++ is used in Shiro (https://github.com/Marc3842h/shiro).

    C++ is a high performance, low level programming language. Game servers need to run with fast performance to be able to reliably serve players across the globe.

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    OnlineCity uses C++C++

    The most latency sensitive parts are written in C++. Due to our interconnected services architecture, we use either Python or C++ for each service, with the performance critical parts being C++14.

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    POROWNEO.PL uses C++C++

    Used to write PHP extensions - AZTEC Decoder - License Driver scan - Axis2/C to PHP wrapper and Job-scheduler - Barbershop

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    Luca Fulchir uses C++C++

    Performance, zero-overhead abstractions and memory safety of the modern C++ language make this the perfect language for the project.

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    ApertusVR uses C++C++

    The main programming language of ApertusVR. C++11 & CMake provides multi-platform targeting. The architecture is modular.

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