A web framework for Rust. (by rwf2)

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    11 projects | | 19 Dec 2023
    4. Rocket
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    4 projects | /r/rust | 11 Dec 2023
    If you want something simpler/more minimal, you could use for the backend and handle the front-end however you want.
  • Rocket – Simple, Fast, Type-Safe Web Framework for Rust
    2 projects | | 22 Nov 2023
  • Help required: Port kellnr from to axum
    2 projects | /r/rust | 6 Oct 2023
    I’m the author of When I started working on Kellnr three years ago, was “the web framework” to use. Unfortunately, the project seems dead. Before adding more functionality using an unmaintained framework, I want to port Kellnr to
  • Crux: Cross-platform app development in Rust
    7 projects | | 28 Sep 2023
    Or else you could of course just use
  • Building a Rust app with Perseus
    8 projects | | 5 Jul 2023
    Rust is a popular system programming language, known for its robust memory safety features and exceptional performance. While Rust was originally a system programming language, its application has evolved. Now you can see Rust in different app platforms, mobile apps, and of course, in web apps — both in the frontend and backend, with frameworks like Rocket, Axum, and Actix making it even easier to build web applications with Rust.
  • Need recommendations for technologies, frameworks etc. for an IoT device project in Rust
    2 projects | /r/embedded | 22 Jun 2023
    I've done some research but I have to admit that creating embedded devices is a totally new subject for me, but that is the point of the project - main goal is learning, and creating something is the secondary goal, so please bear with me and my knowledge of the subject. So, for the hardware I've seen many people recommending SMT32 family devices, but I've also read that anything with the Cortex-M processor can be suitable. Need more info on that. OS is a hard choice for me because on one hand I was thinking of Ubuntu Core but the device support is not really that good I think, so other options I've found are Tock and RIOT-OS, and I am gravitating towards the latter because it's main focus is on IOT devices. I've found frameworks like for a web app, for desktop app (which might not be needed but I still like the idea). Also found which apparently will help with the networking. There was a discussion from the other members about using the Golioth cloud platform with Zephyr and C++, and I don't know if there are any other alternatives for Golioth that support Rust, I've found but I am not sure if it's an alternative, or something else actually, so I would be happy to learn more about that. Again I want to hear your recommendations regarding anything that will help creating a project like that.
  • Rust for web development
    2 projects | /r/rust | 19 Jun 2023
    I use Rocket on the backend with Postgres. Currently experimenting with Yew for the frontend.
  • Top Rust Web Frameworks: Rocket, Actix-web, Tide, Warp, and Gotham
    3 projects | | 14 Jun 2023
    Rocket, the Rust web framework, is a valuable tool for developers looking to create fast and secure web applications. Rocket, with its emphasis on simplicity and speed, provides an intuitive API that allows developers to write clean and efficient code. The framework handles common security concerns, allowing developers to focus on the logic of their application. Rocket's flexibility, combined with its emphasis on convention over configuration, makes it an excellent choice for developers looking for a dependable and productive environment for their Rust web projects
  • Is a Framework like Django possible in Rust
    4 projects | /r/rust | 6 Jun 2023 ?
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rwf2/Rocket is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of Rocket is Rust.

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