TLWI Rust #74

Hello, dear readers! It's another exciting week in the world of Rust programming, and we have some amazing developments to share with you.

First up, have you heard about wezterm? It's a new GPU-accelerated terminal emulator and multiplexer that you should definitely check out. Written by the talented @wez in Rust, it's cross-platform and highly configurable to suit your needs. With features like true color, font ligatures, and extensive scriptability, this terminal emulator is sure to elevate your command-line experience.

Speaking of command-line tools, have you tried the next-gen ls command? Developed in Rust, it's faster, more colorful, and comes with a variety of features that make navigating your directories a breeze. Plus, with options like tree view and file filtering, you'll be able to find what you need in no time.

If you're interested in homegrown rendering, we have something special for you. Have a look at this recent article on homegrown rendering with Rust. Using Rust, you can create high-performance rendering engines with ease, and you won't have to sacrifice on performance or aesthetics. You'll be amazed at what you can produce with Rust's fast, safe, and reliable features.

Trying to parse some data? Look no further than this Rust parser combinator framework. With this framework, you can easily create custom parsers for your specific needs. It's fast, easy-to-use, and perfect for parsing complex structures.

Lastly, we would like to introduce you to Actix Web - a powerful, pragmatic, and extremely fast web framework for Rust. Actix Web is perfect for building scalable, high-performance web applications, and its features like middleware support, extractors, and request routing make it easy to use and highly functional. If you're interested in building web applications with Rust, Actix Web might be the right tool for you.

That's it for this week's newsletter. We hope you enjoy exploring these exciting links and discovering new use cases for Rust programming. Until next time!


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