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Top 13 Rust Node Projects

  • volta

    Volta: JS Toolchains as Code. ⚡

  • Project mention: What's New in Node.js 22 | dev.to | 2024-05-21

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  • napi-rs

    A framework for building compiled Node.js add-ons in Rust via Node-API

  • Project mention: Rustify your JavaScript tooling | dev.to | 2024-05-21

    Notably by projects like OXC and Napi-rs, and these projects combined make for an absolute powerhouse for tooling. A lot of the tooling I work on have to do with some kind of analysis, AST parsing, module graph crawling, codemodding, and other dev tooling related stuff; but a lot of very AST-heavy stuff. OXC provides some really great projects to help with this, and I'll namedrop a few of them here.

  • extism

    The framework for building with WebAssembly (wasm). Easily load wasm modules, move data, call functions, and build extensible apps.

  • Project mention: 'WebAssembly Is Finally Usable, Almost' | news.ycombinator.com | 2024-06-03

    No one is saying anyone should stop exploring new paths. I don't know what you personally are bringing to the table as far as adding to the ambition, so excuse my naivety.

    The issue is that there is a misrepresentation by the Bytecode Alliance about WASI, from where it began, to where it is now. And a lot of this has been poorly communicated or not done at all. Which has only left many of us to think that they are trying to pull a fast one over the community to forcefully bring everyone along into Components when that is not desirable.

    > Wasm has not allowed actual inter-language operation at any serious scale.

    This is untrue, and you may just be unaware of efforts like Extism [0]. While it is intentionally not a binding generator, it does make it very easy to blend languages meaningfully. Disclaimer, I work on Extism and therefore have some bias :) We have different goals than the Component Model, so if you actually want what the component model offers, you should use it!

    I believe the easy solution here is to:

    1. stop referring to WASI 0.1 as "legacy", implying some obsolete status, or call 0.1 something entirely different. Let it continue to be an easily targetable interface to bridge to the rest of today's software.

    2. move WASI and Component Model code repositories out of the WebAssembly github org.

    This would clarify the distinction between WebAssembly (the standard) and WASI 0.2 / WIT / CM as a project by Bytecode Alliance. They are not the same, and while the Bytecode Alliance works on making things usable and ready, it doesn't cause harm or confusion for WebAssembly users.

    [0]: https://github.com/extism/extism

  • volt

    An experimental package management tool for JavaScript. Upto 30x faster installation of dependencies using pre-flattened dependency trees. (by dimensionhq)

  • parity-bitcoin

    The Parity Bitcoin client

  • gear

    Web3 Ultimate Execution Engine

  • pw-viz

    Pipewire graph editor written in Rust. WIP⚠️

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  • snm

    🤏 Smol and simple node version manager written in rust 🦀

  • buildpacks-nodejs

    Heroku's Cloud Native Buildpacks for Node.js applications.

  • WinPlayer-Node

    Now it works! Multimedia Controller bindings for Windows and Node.js

  • gg

    Universal version manager (by eirikb)

  • polykill

    Command line utility for removing dependencies and build artifacts from unused projects.

  • nuke

    🔌 A Node.js version manager for windows without pain. (by wspl)

NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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Index

What are some of the best open-source Node projects in Rust? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 volta 10,237
2 napi-rs 5,629
3 extism 3,935
4 volt 900
5 parity-bitcoin 727
6 gear 225
7 pw-viz 220
8 snm 106
9 buildpacks-nodejs 24
10 WinPlayer-Node 15
11 gg 9
12 polykill 9
13 nuke 4

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