Can i learn rust as Typescript developer.

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  • book

    The Rust Programming Language

    Start by reading the book. It's the single best programming book I have ever read. After that, what you end up doing with the language is up to you. I've mostly used it to expand my knowledge of computer science, learned some design patterns I use, but I (unfortunately) haven't written many actual projects in it because I don't use it at work, and I've been spending my free time on other things. However, the language is flexible enough to allow you to do whatever you want. You can use it to create full-stack web applications, write embedded software for cars, literally anything. In that sense, it can do anything a language like C++ can do, though its current ecosystem may push you in a certain direction due to what libraries are currently mature.

  • serde

    Serialization framework for Rust

    Serde (The nicest way to read and write TOML, JSON, YAML, etc.) and crates that integrate with it like csv and quick-xml

  • 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.

  • napi-rs

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

    Beyond that, you may want to explore https://neon-bindings.com/, https://napi.rs/, or https://rustwasm.github.io/ to extend your existing area of expertise with Rust.

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