What's everyone working on this week (33/2021)?

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

    The main focus is my sql client for teal/lua https://github.com/lenscas/tealsql , mainly getting rid of every part in the api that doesn't have a good type yet on the teal side of things (any, {any:any}, etc.

  • tealr

    A wrapper around mlua and rlua to help with embedding teal

    This requires some new features in my Rust <-> Teal FFI library tealr https://github.com/lenscas/tealr which is now also close to getting a new release, with the only thing I want to do is fix how its TypedFunction work (right now, it always contains a lua function, even if it was made inside of Rust, which puts some needless limits on it).

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  • feel

    Continuing work on my compiler for the Decision Model and Notation FEEL Language. See https://github.com/paulchernoch/feel for the code if you are curious.

  • CubeSimRS

    Rust based Rubik's Cube simulation and solving library

    Completely new and picked up Rust about 10 days ago. Started by heading straight into a project of making a Rubik's Cube solver while following the Rust book along the side.

  • hackernews-sauron

    A fast, resilient, isomorphic hacker news clone in ~1k lines of rust.

    I just published a hackernews clone in rust which is very snappy and resilient. It works with or without javascript by rendering the pages server-side. It works with only javascript on the client-side without the server by fetching the data directly from firebase.

  • pushgen

    Continue my work with pushgen but also started doing some experimentation on a sender/receiver concept based on a the P2300 std::execution paper, and how that could work in Rust: txrx

  • txrx

    Continue my work with pushgen but also started doing some experimentation on a sender/receiver concept based on a the P2300 std::execution paper, and how that could work in Rust: txrx

  • 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.

  • Ciphey

    ⚡ Automatically decrypt encryptions without knowing the key or cipher, decode encodings, and crack hashes ⚡

    I have a large python project (github.com/ciphey/ciphey) and I am exploring moving it all over to Rust :)

  • custom-elements

    A CustomElement trait to create Rust/WASM Web Components/Custom Elements easily without writing any JavaScript. (by gbj)

    Not quite finished and no docs yet but code and examples for Yew and vanilla web_sys on Github.

  • youki

    A container runtime written in Rust

    Outside of work I've been working on Youki, a container runtime written in Rust. It's passing most of the oci spec tests these days, and is nearing the feature set of runc with some notable improvements. Check it out! https://github.com/containers/youki

  • rhyme-es

    This is what I end up with for now: https://github.com/weiwei/rhyme-es

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