TLWI Rust #119
Hey there, fellow tech enthusiasts! It's your favorite content writer here, bringing you another exciting edition of our weekly newsletter. We've got some hot topics to discuss, so make sure you've got your coffee ready - this is going to be a good one!
First up, have you ever considered Rust for cloud computing? It might just surprise you how well this programming language can handle the demands of cloud computing. It's easy to learn and highly efficient, making it a top choice for many developers Consider Rust for cloud computing.
Speaking of Rust, have you heard about the lightning-fast and powerful code editor that's taking the programming world by storm? It's written in Rust and it's been causing quite a buzz in the community. If you're looking for a top-notch code editor, you won't want to miss this Lightning-fast and Powerful Code Editor written in Rust.
But Rust isn't just for code editing and cloud computing. One developer recently created a screen time limiter using Rust that's been gaining a lot of attention. It's a great reminder that Rust can be used for a variety of applications, and this one is definitely worth checking out I Created a Screen Time Limiter with Rust.
Of course, as with any programming language, Rust is constantly evolving with the times. That's why we're excited to share with you the latest updates on Rust, which promises faster, safer, and more stable programming experiences. Even if you're already a Rust pro, these updates are worth a look Revamped Rust: Faster, Safer, and More Stable with Latest Updates!.
And finally, we can't forget about the tui-rs revival project. This is a community-driven effort to update and improve the popular Rust library, tui-rs. It's a great example of Rust's versatility and the power of a passionate community of developers. Check it out and get involved tui-rs revival project!
That's all for now, folks. We hope you found these links helpful and informative. Be sure to come back next week for more exciting tech news and updates!
Our Article Picks
- complexityclass: Rustling Up Cross-Platform Development
- Liftoff Studios: I Created a Screen Time Limiter with Rust
- Jan Schulte: Trace Through a Kafka Cluster with Rust and OpenTelemetry
- Joel Jaison: Revamped Rust: Faster, Safer, and More Stable with Latest Updates!
- Kamil Czerwiński: Building a Chord Ring with Rust
- Memgraph: MAGE Got One More Wizard Called Rust
- Omar.unwrap();: STM32F4 Embedded Rust at the PAC: GPIO Interrupts
- Philipp Renoth: Consider Rust for cloud computing.
- Alexander Gusev: Making TLS client with Chrome-like SSL Handshake (Rust, Boring SSL, H2)
- Antonov Mike: Request location and telegram bot
- Calin Baenen: Orwith as a programmatical concept.
- Stefanos Kouroupis: Designing a scheduling service
Our Repo Picks
- web-infra-dev/rspack (Rust): A fast Rust-based web bundler 🦀️
- sunface/rust-course (Rust): “连续六年成为全世界最受喜爱的语言，无 GC 也无需手动内存管理、极高的性能和安全性、过程/OO/函数式编程、优秀的包管理、JS 未来基石" — 工作之余的第二语言来试试 Rust 吧。<<Rust 语言圣经>>拥有全面且深入的讲解、生动贴切的示例、德芙般丝滑的内容，甚至还有 JS 程序员关注的 WASM 和 Deno 等专题。这可能是目前最用心的 Rust 中文学习教程 / Book
- apache/incubator-opendal (Rust): Apache OpenDAL: Access data freely, painlessly, and efficiently.
- hikari-no-yume/touchHLE (Rust): High-level emulator for iPhone OS apps
- helix-editor/helix (Rust): A post-modern modal text editor.
- lapce/lapce (Rust): Lightning-fast and Powerful Code Editor written in Rust
- tui-rs-revival/ratatui (Rust): tui-rs revival project
- ruffle-rs/ruffle (Rust): A Flash Player emulator written in Rust
- lencx/nofwl (Rust): NoFWL Desktop Application
- GreptimeTeam/greptimedb (Rust): An open-source, cloud-native, distributed time-series database with PromQL/SQL/Python supported.
- tree-sitter/tree-sitter (Rust): An incremental parsing system for programming tools
- nushell/nushell (Rust): A new type of shell
- delta-io/delta-rs (Rust): A native Rust library for Delta Lake, with bindings into Python
- bevyengine/bevy (Rust): A refreshingly simple data-driven game engine built in Rust
- analysis-tools-dev/static-analysis (Rust): ⚙️ A curated list of static analysis (SAST) tools and linters for all programming languages, config files, build tools, and more. The focus is on tools which improve code quality.
- hyperium/tonic (Rust): A native gRPC client & server implementation with async/await support.
- alacritty/alacritty (Rust): A cross-platform, OpenGL terminal emulator.
- LukeMathWalker/zero-to-production (Rust): Code for "Zero To Production In Rust", a book on API development using Rust.
- tauri-apps/tauri (Rust): Build smaller, faster, and more secure desktop applications with a web frontend.
- cube-js/cube (Rust): 📊 Cube — The Semantic Layer for Building Data Applications
- gakonst/ethers-rs (Rust): Complete Ethereum & Celo library and wallet implementation in Rust. https://docs.rs/ethers
- signalapp/libsignal (Rust): Home to the Signal Protocol as well as other cryptographic primitives which make Signal possible.
- geph-official/geph4-client (Rust): Geph (迷霧通) is a modular Internet censorship circumvention system designed specifically to deal with national filtering.
- serde-rs/serde (Rust): Serialization framework for Rust
- awslabs/aws-sdk-rust (Rust): AWS SDK for the Rust Programming Language
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