JGraphT vs FF4J: What are the differences?
What is JGraphT? A Java library of graph theory data structures and algorithms. It is an open source library of graph-theoretic data structures and algorithms. It has been used in a number of university projects and classes, and shows up as a standard reference in books on Java programming.
What is FF4J? Feature Flags for Java made easy. It is an implementation of Feature Toggle pattern : Enable and disable features or your applications at runtime thanks to dedicated web console, REST API, JMX or even CLI. It handle also properties and provide generic interfaces.
JGraphT and FF4J are primarily classified as "Java" and "Feature Flags Management" tools respectively.
Some of the features offered by JGraphT are:
On the other hand, FF4J provides the following key features:
- Feature Toggle
- Role-based Toggling
- Strategy-based Toggling
JGraphT is an open source tool with 1.73K GitHub stars and 645 GitHub forks. Here's a link to JGraphT's open source repository on GitHub.