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  • Empowering Web Privacy with Rust: Building a Decentralized Identity Management System
    Actix Web Documentation: Detailed documentation on using Actix-web, including examples and best practices for building web applications with Rust. - Source: / 2 months ago
  • Building a REST API for Math Operations (+, *, /) with Rust, Actix, and Rhai🦀
    Are you ready to embark on another journey in Rust? Today, we'll explore how to create a REST API that performs basic mathematical operations: addition, multiplication, and division. We'll use Actix, a powerful web framework for Rust, together with Rhai, a lightweight scripting language, to achieve our goal. - Source: / 3 months ago
  • Getting Started with Actix Web - The Battle-tested Rust Framework
    Within actix-web, middleware is used as a medium for being able to add general functionality to a (set of) route(s) by taking the request before the handler function runs, carrying out some operations, running the actual handler function itself and then the middleware does additional processing (if required). By default, actix-web has several default middlewares that we can use, including logging, path... - Source: / 6 months ago
  • Building a Rust app with Perseus
    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... - Source: / 12 months ago
  • Top Rust Web Frameworks: Rocket, Actix-web, Tide, Warp, and Gotham
    The actor-based web framework in Rust, Actix-web, is a game changer for developers looking for high-performance and scalable web applications. Actix-web's exceptional performance and concurrency capabilities enable developers to create robust and efficient web solutions. The framework's asynchronous request handling and non-blocking I/O provide impressive levels of concurrency, making it an excellent choice for... - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • What is the current ideal choice for server-side rendered web frameworks?
    I used [actix-web]( + [liquid]( exactly because I wanted to create a website that works with JS disabled (You may look at the ball of mud I made [here]( Source: about 1 year ago
  • Latest Zen Kernel......
    Rust has several, production ready, REST API frame works. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Toy-HTTP-rs - An HTTP Server like or but for learning and basics
    This is my first http project rust built to emulate the basic features of or . The goal is to be able to create routes and return responses and serve those routes with async tokio. It's for learning purposes. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Authentication system using rust (actix-web) and sveltekit - Token regeneration and password reset
    A full-stack secure and performant authentication system using rust's Actix web and JavaScript's SvelteKit. - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Want a web app to respond to local file changes. Is Tauri the solution here?
    Actix, Axum, or Rocket if you want a server-side framework that you can stick your own TypeScript or whatever on top of. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Authentication system using rust (actix-web) and sveltekit - File upload to AWS S3, Profile Update
    We have explored quite a handful of the technologies we set up to learn. From extracting JSON data and session tokens from request objects in actix-web to working with forms, interactive UI elements and server-side rendering with SvelteKit. We still have some missing pieces, however. What about handling Multipart FormData in actix-web? How can we integrate the popular AWS S3 to our application to scalably manage... - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Full-stack authentication system using rust (actix-web) and sveltekit
    An authentication system is an integral part of modern applications. It's so important that almost all modern applications have some sort of it. Because of their critical nature, such systems should be secure and should follow OWAP®'s recommendations on web security and password hashing as well as storage to prevent attacks such as Preimage and Dictionary attacks (common to SHA algorithms). To demonstrate some of... - Source: / about 1 year ago
  • Rust tech stack
    I use actix-web as my framework, though others may prefer Axum. (Don't use Rocket. It only has one developer who's on indefinite hiatus.). Source: about 1 year ago
  • Why do people write web servers in python ?
    So the answer to your original question is, as stated elsewhere: Because it doesn't matter in many cases, and python is a way more user friendly language than most others. (Yes, this is debatable, and no, I won't debate this) When performance starts to matter I would probably go for rust today. It's fast, maintainable and has a very good ecosystem by now, even if initial development time is a little longer.... Source: about 1 year ago
    I recommend either actix-web or Axum. (I use actix-web.). Source: over 1 year ago
  • rust web dev??
    If you want to do backend development, give actix-web or Axum a try. If you need templating, take a look at Maud and if you want an ORM, take a look at SeaORM. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Any web frameworks that could compare to Symfony?
    You description of how dependency injection works in Symfony sounds like how actix-web uses generics to make its "Extractors" work and, while I haven't used Axum (The other big name in Rust), it appears to do the same thing. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How to create a web app in Rust with Rocket and Diesel
    However, Rust is a system programming language. How do you use it to create web applications? Enter Rocket, Actix, Warp, and more. These web frameworks enable developers to create web applications with Rust. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Anyone from a Typescript/React background who tried out Rust for the 1st time?
    For the framework itself, I use actix-web but Axum is also popular. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Rust for backend. Is it recommended?
    The tokio project provides a non-blocking, asynchronous framework (like nodejs) upon which other frameworks are built. As you specifically want to use WebSockets, I'd recommend actix, as it covers all your REST/WebService/WebSocket needs in one easy to use package. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I wanna be a crab.
    “watched prime yell about VIM for hours” lmao well done, this got me. A lot of the resources people have already suggested are great! One thing I like to do after going through the documentation for a language is trying to build something like a simple rest api to get a better feel. Rocket ( and actix web ( are popular web frameworks and then for ORM diesel ( Source: over 1 year ago

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