Top 23 Rust Encoding Projects
Serialization framework for RustProject mention: Why is rust a productive language and how is the relationship between webassambly? | reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-04-08
Serde and StructOpt are hard to match (let alone beat) for declarative programming, especially when paired with things like validator.
Strongly typed JSON library for Rust (by serde-rs)Project mention: Rust on Lambda using the CDK | dev.to | 2021-04-05
We use the serde_json library to serialise JSON. The event parameter is of type Value that indicates that it is a valid JSON object that could contain any value.
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High-performance browser-grade HTML5 parser
A binary encoder / decoder implementation in Rust.Project mention: serialization of structs into byte strings | reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-02-19
I think you could use serde with the Bincode format for this.
Rust library for reading/writing numbers in big-endian and little-endian.
JSON parser which picks up values directly without performing tokenization in Rust
MessagePack implementation for Rust / msgpack.org[Rust]
A pure rust YAML implementation.
JSON implementation in Rust
Strongly typed YAML library for RustProject mention: Hey Rustaceans! Got an easy question? Ask here (2/2021)! | reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-01-11
Instead of deserializing it manually, why don't you use serde and serde-yaml to deserialize the data directly to a data structure?
An XML library in Rust
A Gecko-oriented implementation of the Encoding Standard in Rust
An XML library in Rust
CBOR (binary JSON) for Rust with automatic type based decoding and encoding.
An XPath library in Rust
A XML parser written in Rust
Hjson for Rust
A Rust ASN.1 (DER) serializer.Project mention: Weird architectures weren't supported to begin with | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-02-28
> I feel like this really only makes sense if pyca/cryptography had planned on adding the Rust dependency from the very beginning (or from very early on). Is there any indication that was the case?
I am sure this idea surfaced several times in IRC or possibly in the mailing lists. Certainly, the authors have been toying with handling ASN.1 in rust since 2015 , which I guess will be the next logical step.
I do agree that this is mostly a political stance. pyca/cryptography is a wrapper sandwiched between a gigantic runtime written in C (CPython/PyPy) and a gigantic library written in C (openssl).
The addition of Rust as dependency enables the inclusion of just 90 lines of Rust  where the only part that really couldn't be implemented in pure Python is a line copied from OpenSSL  (i.e. it was already available), and which is purely algebraic, therefore not mitigating any real memory issue at all (the reason to use rust in the first place).
The change in this wrapper (pyca/cryptographic) does not move the needle of security in any significant way, and it is really only meant to send the signal that adding Rust in all other Python packages and especially in the runtime itself will now come at no (political) cost.
A HTML entity encoding library for Rust
I/O and binary data encoding for Rust
Implementation of Bencode encoding written in rust
LibYAML bindings for Rust
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