vibe.d / experience / feedback

ddcovery antoniocabreraperez at
Tue Oct 6 08:07:56 UTC 2020

On Thursday, 1 October 2020 at 06:32:23 UTC, Robert M. Münch 
> Hi, we are currently using vibe.d for a prototype and I want to 
> post some experiences. I know one shouldn't only address the 
> problems but provide some solutions.
> However, our current use-case is that we want to get a job 
> done, and not creating a web-framework.
> ...
> So, overall... compared to other web-frameworks we know, there 
> are many pitfalls which just cost a lot of time... We think 
> it's a good base, but there needs to be much less magic, much 
> better docs, much less complexity.

Hi Robert,

I found myself in a similar situation recently, and I can't help 
but ask you: What technology do you use regularly? What 
drives/draws you to try dlang/vibe.d? Do you have other 
alternatives to dlang/vibe.d for your project?
In my case we usually work in Node+js/ts (previously Scala+Play) 
and I wanted to jump to something really performant for a new 
project without losing code expressiveness and development speed. 
Dlang seemed a good alternative (I like it much more than Go or 

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