TLWI Rust #81
Hey there Rustaceans!
Welcome to another exciting issue of our weekly newsletter! We've got so much in store for you this week, with a bunch of amazing updates and exciting Rust-related news to share.
First up, we've got an exciting update on Polkadot Node Implementation! Are you ready to dive deep into this amazing project built on Rust? If so, you'll definitely want to check out our latest post. We've got all the details on what you need to know to get started, including the latest development updates and key features you won't want to miss.
Next up, we've got some exciting news for Rust enthusiasts who are running Windows machines. Introducing Rust for Windows! That's right, we've got everything you need to know about Rust on Windows, including how to get started, key features, and what you can expect with this latest release.
If you're someone who's always on the lookout for the latest Rust developments, then we've got some exciting news for you! We've just released our latest update on Async Rust in 2022. From the latest development updates to key features and more, you won't want to miss this exciting post.
Rust is a sophisticated programming language that is becoming increasingly popular in safety and mission-critical applications, and we're thrilled to announce that AdaCore and Ferrous Systems are joining forces to support certified Rust for these applications! Check out our latest post for all the details on this exciting news and what it means for the future of Rust.
Last but not least, we're thrilled to share that we've just released a post on one of our community members and their experience building their first GL project using Piston! Check it out to learn more about their journey and the amazing things they were able to accomplish.
That's all for today folks! Be sure to check out all the exciting new Rust updates we've covered in this week's newsletter, and don't forget to stay tuned for more exciting news and developments in the world of Rust.
Hot Rust Articles This Week On Reddit
- Async Rust in 2022 (2 days ago)
- AdaCore and Ferrous Systems Joining Forces to support certified Rust for mission and safety-critical applications (3 days ago)
- Announcing Gyroflow - an advanced video stabilization tool written in Rust with GPU acceleration and cross-platform UI (1 day ago)
- Changes in the Core Team | Rust Blog (5 days ago)
- An update on Rust coreutils (7 days ago)
Our Article Picks
- Deepu K Sasidharan: Concurrency in modern programming languages: Rust vs Go vs Java vs Node.js vs Deno
- Deepu K Sasidharan: Containerless! How to Run WebAssembly Workloads on Kubernetes with Rust
- Basti Ortiz: How Rust helped me power through my C assignments
- Hollow Man: mdbook-pdf: A mdBook backend for generating PDF files
- bolubee101: My Rust Book: Language for the next 40 years
- Guy Levinger: From enterprise product, through open-core to OpenAPI validator: Our journey
- Guy Levinger: Thank you dev.to community
- Calin Baenen: I made my first GL project using Piston.
- Sébastien Belzile: Making Games in Rust - Part 12 - Better Code with Events
- Blitty: RustLings III (conditions and convert)
- Pan Chasinga: Build a Decentralized App on IPFS using WebAssembly
- Dumbo-programmer: Rust standard Library Rust Tutorial:2
- Rishabhraghwendra18: What is Rust Progamming Language | Why Big Tech Companies are using it in Production | Why you should learn it in 2022
- Blitty: Rustlings IV (Ownership)
- Ayush: Bitflags in Rust
- peetss: A small contribution
- Blitty: Rustlings V (Structs, enums)
- Naveen Sahu: CryptoPals Crypto Challenges Using Rust: Implement CBC Mode
- Austin Aigbe: Rust-y Memory. How Safe?
- Gunstein Vatnar: Deploy Pinball2D to the Web using WebAssembly
Our Repo Picks
- uutils/coreutils (Rust): Cross-platform Rust rewrite of the GNU coreutils
- AppFlowy-IO/appflowy (Rust): AppFlowy is an open-source alternative to Notion. You are in charge of your data and customizations. Built with Flutter and Rust.
- fabianlindfors/reshape (Rust): An easy-to-use, zero-downtime schema migration tool for Postgres
- firecracker-microvm/firecracker (Rust): Secure and fast microVMs for serverless computing.
- elkowar/eww (Rust): ElKowars wacky widgets
- microsoft/windows-rs (Rust): Rust for Windows
- yewstack/yew (Rust): Rust / Wasm framework for building client web apps
- launchbadge/sqlx (Rust): 🧰 The Rust SQL Toolkit. An async, pure Rust SQL crate featuring compile-time checked queries without a DSL. Supports PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, and MSSQL.
- actix/actix-web (Rust): Actix Web is a powerful, pragmatic, and extremely fast web framework for Rust.
- emilk/egui (Rust): egui: an easy-to-use immediate mode GUI in Rust that runs on both web and native
- meilisearch/meilisearch (Rust): Powerful, fast, and an easy to use search engine
- rust-lang/rust (Rust): Empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software.
- neovide/neovide (Rust): No Nonsense Neovim Client in Rust
- sharkdp/bat (Rust): A cat(1) clone with wings.
- copy/v86 (Rust): x86 virtualization in your browser, recompiling x86 to wasm on the fly
- wasmerio/wasmer (Rust): 🚀 The leading WebAssembly Runtime supporting WASI and Emscripten
- TheAlgorithms/Rust (Rust): All Algorithms implemented in Rust
- tree-sitter/tree-sitter (Rust): An incremental parsing system for programming tools
- clap-rs/clap (Rust): A full featured, fast Command Line Argument Parser for Rust
- metaplex-foundation/metaplex-program-library (Rust): Smart contracts maintained by the Metaplex team
- rust-lang/book (Rust): The Rust Programming Language
- rust-unofficial/awesome-rust (Rust): A curated list of Rust code and resources.
- paritytech/polkadot (Rust): Polkadot Node Implementation
- graphql-rust/juniper (Rust): GraphQL server library for Rust
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