LambdaNative vs RIBs: What are the differences?
LambdaNative: Cross-platform mobile apps in Scheme. LambdaNative is an open-source (BSD licensed) cross-platform development environment written in Scheme (Gambit-C), supporting Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10, OS X, Linux, Windows, OpenBSD, NetBSD, FreeBSD and OpenWrt; RIBs: Build cross-platform apps that have similar architecture, enabling iOS and Android teams to cross-review business logic code (by Uber). RIBs is the cross-platform architecture framework behind many mobile apps at Uber. The name RIBs is short for Router, Interactor and Builder, which are core components of this architecture. This framework is designed for mobile apps with a large number of engineers and nested states.
LambdaNative and RIBs can be primarily classified as "Cross-Platform Mobile Development" tools.
LambdaNative and RIBs are both open source tools. It seems that RIBs with 4.76K GitHub stars and 477 forks on GitHub has more adoption than LambdaNative with 1.15K GitHub stars and 85 GitHub forks.