Haskell for Mac vs QueryStorm: What are the differences?
Haskell for Mac: An IDE for Haskell. An IDE for Haskell featuring rapid-feedback playgrounds. Ideal for learning Haskell, experimentation, and for rapidly developing small Haskell applications; QueryStorm: Plug and play SQL and C# support for Excel. A fully featured SQL and C# IDE in Excel. It turns Excel into a powerful developer tool for processing tabular data and building interactive workbook applications.
Haskell for Mac and QueryStorm belong to "Integrated Development Environment" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Haskell for Mac are:
- Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC) 8.0.2
- Over 200 packages of LTS Haskell 8.9
- Optional HaskellCLI component
On the other hand, QueryStorm provides the following key features:
- Full SQL support in Excel - Use SQL to clean, query and modify data in Excel as if the data was in a database.
Get the best of both worlds: the processing power of SQL and the flexibility and visualization capabilities of Excel - Full C# support - Run LINQ queries against Excel tables - automate Excel using C# (instead of VBA)