A Simple Rust GUI with QML

You may have heard of Rust by now. The new programming language that “pursuis the trifecta: safety, concurrency, and speed”. You have to admit, even if you don’t know what trifecta means, it sounds exciting. Read more

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Today we're going to take a brief look at two crates from the same author - Andy Barron. The first of them is app_dirs - a useful library to find platform-dependent directories, such as application configuration, data directory or cache. The second crate ...

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Boxes and Trees – Smart Pointers in Rust

Recently, I tried to implement a binary tree data structure in Rust.Each binary tree has a root value, a left, and a right subtree.I started from this Python implementation, which is quite straightforward.class Tree: def __init__(self, val, left=None, ri... (more…)

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Rust and CSV parsing

With a beta of csv 1.0 just released, the time is ripe for a tutorial on how to read and write CSV data in Rust. This tutorial is targeted toward beginning Rust programmers, and is therefore full of examples and spends some time on basic concepts. Experie... (more…)

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Building Realtime APIs in Rust

I’ve been working recently on Backtalk, a little toy Rust framework for building realtime APIs. Let’s say you’re building a hot new tech startup — Facebook for Cats. You’re going to need a web server to track all these cats. Let’s build one quickly using ... (more…)

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