TLWI Rust #65

Welcome back to our weekly newsletter, where we bring the latest and greatest from the tech world to your inbox 🚀. This week, we have an exciting lineup of links that will surely pique your interest. From Rust emulators, DeFi protocols, and powerful web frameworks to secure JavaScript runtimes, we've got it all Fearless-NES Reference client Solana instructions Actix Web and secure runtimes.

Kicking things off, we have Fearless-NES, a NES emulator written in Rust. Using Egui, Macroquad, and GilRs (among others), this project is a testament to the power and versatility of Rust as a systems programming language. If you're a fan of classic games or simply interested in Rust development, this is definitely worth checking out.

Moving over to the blockchain side of things, we have the reference client for NEAR Protocol. NEAR is a decentralized application platform that aims to make it easy for developers to build, deploy, and use blockchain technology. The reference client is an open-source implementation of the NEAR Protocol, serving as a starting point for developers to create custom applications on top of NEAR.

Next up, we have a tutorial on sending custom instructions via instruction data in Solana. Solana is a fast and efficient blockchain platform that supports smart contracts, decentralized finance, and more. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to leverage Solana's instruction data to customize the behavior of your transactions and achieve novel use cases.

For developers who prefer web development, we have Actix Web, a powerful and extremely fast web framework for Rust. Actix Web is built on top of Actix, a lightweight actor system that enables asynchronous and concurrent programming in Rust. Whether you're building a REST API, a microservice, or a full-blown web application, Actix Web has you covered.

Finally, we have a link to a secure JavaScript and TypeScript runtime secure runtimes. Security is a top concern for web developers, and this project provides an extra layer of defense against malicious code. With support for deterministic sandboxing, whitelist-based policies, and more, this runtime allows you to run untrusted code with minimal risk.

That's all for this week's newsletter. We hope you'll find these links informative and useful. Stay tuned for more updates from the tech world, and don't forget to hit that subscribe button if you haven't already!


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