Have you written a web backend in Rust? How was it?

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  • shuttle

    Build & ship backends without writing any infrastructure files.

    I'm doing a project that can basically either use Go or Rust for the web backend, and I'm wondering how the experience is using Rust for building a web backend. I've looked a bit at shuttle.rs and their documentation is very nice, but I'll probably end up hosting a potential Rust backend myself for the time being.

  • retro.tools-backend

    Web backend for retro.tools

    I wrote this one starting in 2019. It's very small in scope and is now likely to be replaced by firestore on the front-end.


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  • prisma-client-rust

    Type-safe database access for Rust

  • rspc

    A blazingly fast and easy to use TRPC-like server for Rust.

    Yep, I use this too. And if you want a trpc-like experience with Rust and TypeScript, rspc also exists; the same creator of PCR also contributes to rspc.

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