An argumentation for rust
A list of libraries meant to build web apps or the environment around (logging, etc...)
Two good rules of thumbs. I often use them in JS and Vue hints about avoiding v-if in v-for directives.
Recommended rust crates and resources can be found at the end of the guide
Nice: a web service that creates a calendar event from a URL
The author takes the example of a tree structure.
TL;DR; Start with lifetimes, if it is not enough and you don't need a specific guarantee: Box, then go for Rc or Arc if needed.
Various way to print "Hello World!" in rust
Advantages of types: they are here to help, improve readability, and provide context
How it is optimized to be the fastest possible.
All that we did to get this speedup is implement the Serialize trait using one line for the body of the serialize method!
But implementing the trait directly loses the possibility to serialize the structure with the
Instead, you should implement it on wrapper types that act like formatters.
Also for efficiency:
format_args! doesn't allocate or even apply the formatting! It only returns Arguments which is a formatter that borrows its arguments.
The author shares its point of view on Shuttle that needs little to nearly 0 configuration to get started.
Zerocal was the first project I deployed on Shuttle. The principle was very simple yet innovative: encode calendar data directly into a URL. [
https://endler.dev/2022/zerocal/] #project #idea improve the UI
Ok not bad at all. I still think Rust is not meant for prototyping, but let's give it a try.
This project looks interesting.
Routing & SSR & SSG
Will it be worth it for you? If you need to iterate rapidly, probably not. If you have a known scope, or can absorb more upfront cost? Definitely consider it. You’ll end up with bulletproof software. With the WebAssembly angle becoming stronger every month, the prospect of writing perfect software once and reusing it everywhere is becoming a reality sooner rather than later.
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