What's everyone working on this week (29/2021)?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/rust

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  • tealsql

    a sqlx wrapper for teal and lua

    tealsql, an sql client for teal/lua. Current plan is to get the async api finished (right now it ignores every error but otherwise works without problems).

  • tealr

    A wrapper around mlua and rlua to help with embedding teal

    After that it is time to finish mlua support for tealr . As well as making it better at dealing with api's like tealsql has made.

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  • dispatch

    Combine internet connections, increase your download speed (by alexkirsz)

    Working on getting a first stable release of dispatch out. It's a Rust rewrite of a small CLI utility I wrote in CoffeeScript(!) 8 years ago(!!), which allows you to combine multiple internet connections into one (among other things!).

  • dispatch-proxy

    Combine internet connections, increase your download speed

    Working on getting a first stable release of dispatch out. It's a Rust rewrite of a small CLI utility I wrote in CoffeeScript(!) 8 years ago(!!), which allows you to combine multiple internet connections into one (among other things!).

  • hello-actix

    Hello, actix!

    Still working on my hello-actix project. I've added a bunch of integration tests (they're more for illustrative purposes though) to dive a bit deeper in how to test an actix-web app.

  • Relm4

    An idiomatic GUI library inspired by Elm and based on gtk4-rs [Moved to: https://github.com/Relm4/Relm4] (by AaronErhardt)

    I'm working on relm4, an new version of relm using gtk4-rs

  • relm

    Idiomatic, GTK+-based, GUI library, inspired by Elm, written in Rust

    I'm working on relm4, an new version of relm using gtk4-rs

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  • num-criterion

    Benchmarking arbitrary-precision number crates for Rust.

    Benchmarking the bignum crates. uint vs num vs rug vs ramp.

  • sycamore

    A library for creating reactive web apps in Rust and WebAssembly

    Just released Sycamore v0.5.2, a new library for creating Rust frontend apps with WASM.

  • koto

    A simple, expressive, embeddable programming language, made with Rust

    Putting the finishing touches on a procedural macro to bind Rust code to koto we want to use in synth. Also a blog post about it is on the way.

  • synth

    The Declarative Data Generator

    Putting the finishing touches on a procedural macro to bind Rust code to koto we want to use in synth. Also a blog post about it is on the way.

  • string-number

    I finished making StringNumber which is a number stored as a string, and it implements PartialOrd, Add, Sub, and Mul. The rules that I followed are:

  • slackwh2x

    Replicate Slack Incoming Webhooks to multiple platforms or multiple slack instances

  • issue-rs

    A tool I wrote issue-rs managed to garner some attention last week. Got some great and critical feedback with regards to reproducible builds, which I am incorporating this week with a cargo subcommand and more configuration options.

  • crates.io

    Source code for crates.io

    I spent a couple days poking around at crates.io stats. It's been awhile but one (interesting to me) thing I was working on was mashing it against the GitHub API and looking at things like 404s and archived repo status. Didn't find anything incredibly actionable at the time.

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

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