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Pro Easy to debug
Pro Clean syntax
Cor enables you to write large applications by providing a clean syntax, classes and a modular architecture to keep organized code, enforcing the writing of readable source code based on conventions.
Pro Cross platform
Pro Support coroutines
Cor support coroutines which can be chained, stopped, and synchronized, fitting very well into the web asynchronous world.
Pro Hot reload
Cor provides a smooth front-end development by furnishing a builtin hot-loader which resolves dependences and compiles source code on the fly, with just reloading the Web page. You will only need to use CLI tools to deliver a production-ready version of the app.
Pro Concurrent and parallel
Cor allows to synchronize coroutines by passing messages through channels, and supports the execution of many tasks in parallel, all of that by writing sequential code.
Pro All accounts in one place
Mint can handle banking accounts, saving accounts, credit cards, etc. It consolidates all your accounts together so you do not need to put work into following multiple accounts.
Pro Organizes budget into categories
Mint splits your spending into different categories, such as gas or fast food, so you can see where you're spending too much money or how much you need to budget for.
Mint can be set to alert you to various events such as upcoming bills, or low balances on any accounts. It can be set to alert you from the app, through email or by text message. In addition you can sign up to recieve monthly emails about your money and ways to improve your budget.
Con Work in progress
Cor is still a very much young project (as of November 2015) with just one contributor, few stars on GitHub and virtually no learning resources outside the official documentation.
Con Not international
Only works for US & Canada banks, and even then there are banks (like EQ Bank) that have actively blocked access to Mint.
Con Online only
It does not work offline.
With very few exceptions, Mint isn't just syncing your data over, but is using your username and password to log directly into the bank website. Banks will not reimburse for any fraud or stolen funds that may result from this, or may use Mint as an excuse to not reimburse for charges or stolen funds that occur from other causes.
Con Categories organization not flexible
Con The budgeting part has too many bugs
Con Very complicated tool
Of course, it's powerful but also very complicated. Some would prefer tools which are less robust, has less features but are a lot easier.