Macaron vs Masonite: What are the differences?
Macaron: A high productive and modular web framework in Go. Macaron is a modular web framework for Go with middlewares that allow you to easily plugin/unplugin features for your Macaron applications; Masonite: Modern and developer centric Python web framework. Masonite is a web framework that is extremely simple and changes what it means for a batteries included Python framework. Intuitive and elegant from installation to deployment.
Macaron and Masonite can be categorized as "Frameworks (Full Stack)" tools.
Some of the features offered by Macaron are:
- Powerful routing with suburl
- Flexible routes combinations
- Unlimited nested group routers
On the other hand, Masonite provides the following key features:
- Easily send emails with the Mail Provider and the SMTP and Mailgun drivers.
- Send websocket requests from your server with the Broadcast Provider and Pusher and Ably drivers.
- IOC container and auto resolving dependency injection.
Macaron and Masonite are both open source tools. It seems that Macaron with 2.78K GitHub stars and 246 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Masonite with 1.01K GitHub stars and 51 GitHub forks.