Yet another web server framework for rust (by kdy1)


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kdy1/rweb is an open source project licensed under Apache License 2.0 which is an OSI approved license.

Rweb Alternatives

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  • GitHub repo juniper

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  • GitHub repo dropshot

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  • GitHub repo openapi-python-client

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  • GitHub repo warp_lambda

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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better rweb alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where rweb has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-03-07.
  • A web framework I desperately wish there was a Rust equivalent for: FastAPI | 2021-03-07
    I'm not very familiar with OpenAPI but I think this might do what you're looking for: | 2021-03-07
    I wrote a PR this weekend to give FastAPI like UX to rweb!
  • Replacing FastAPI with Rust: Part 3 - Trying Actix | 2021-01-12
    This crate has an implementation for the Handler trait which I used to model my own Handler trait for an actix-web Service. Using my own struct which implemented that trait suddenly made the "this is not Send" error messages simple enough to decipher. I was able to get the thing to actually compile, but it required using a few unwrap()s on errors which were not Send. I could probably go back and figure out how to wrap or map those errors to something simpler to make my implementation less fragile, but I was already annoyed enough at this implementation that I was headed toward rweb anyway.
  • Replacing FastAPI with Rust: Part 2 - Research | 2021-01-01
    All of that is to say rweb is a possible solution, but not a likely one. The product seems great, and if the code functions as well as the brief examples indicate, this is the best option from a code perspective (oops, spoilers!). Given my concerns about the community, I would have to be comfortable forking and maintaining my own version of this framework in the event that I need changes and can't wait months for a PR to be reviewed. Even if that's not the case, I'll certainly have to write much more complete documentation for my teammates to be able to use this project effectively. I'm not mortally opposed to any of that, but I'd rather avoid it if I can.