TLWI Rust #76

Hello and welcome to this week's newsletter! We've got some exciting links to share with you today, so let's dive right in.

First up, do you want to build desktop applications that are smaller, faster, and more secure? Of course, you do! Well, now you can with a web frontend. This method allows you to leverage the benefits of web technologies in your desktop apps, leading to a more efficient and user-friendly experience.

Next, we have clap 3.0, a Rust CLI argument parser. Clap is an intuitive, user-friendly tool that simplifies the process of parsing and validating command-line arguments. It's super helpful for devs who want to write great command-line interfaces quickly and easily.

If you're interested in fluid graphical user interfaces for any display, check out SixtyFPS, a toolkit that supports multiple programming languages. With SixtyFPS, you can develop UIs for desktop applications and embedded devices, making it an extremely versatile tool for developers.

Are you a fan of cryptography? Then you'll love the CryptoPals Crypto Challenges using Rust. In particular, the challenge to Break repeating-key XOR is a real brain teaser. Test your skills and push yourself to the limit with these fun and engaging challenges.

Finally, if you're interested in the Rust programming language, you won't want to miss out on Rust: Rewriting Experiences. This is a fantastic collection of stories from developers who have used Rust to rewrite existing systems, with insight into the benefits and lessons learned along the way.

That's all for this week's newsletter. Thanks for joining us, and don't forget to check out these links for some exciting tech inspiration.


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