Graphical depiction of ownership and borrowing in Rust

Below is a graphical depiction of moving, copying, and borrowing in the Rust language. Most of these concepts are fairly specific to Rust and are therefore a common stumbling block for many learners. Read more


Tokio, the async runtime for Rust, hits 1.0

We are pleased to announce the 1.0 release of Tokio, an asynchronous runtime for the Rust programming language. Tokio provides the needed building blocks for writing reliable networking applications without compromising speed. It comes with asynchronous A... (more…)

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How to Read Rust Functions, Part 1

Rust functions are surprisingly diverse, sitting at the intersection of multiple language features which may take time to understand. In this post, we’ll walk through those features and explain how they appear in function signatures, so you can be well-eq... (more…)

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Rust Is Beautiful #100000

❤️ 🦀 ❤️ 100,000 issues filled with love, compassion and a wholesome community. Thank you, Rust community, for being one of the most, if not straight out the most, welcoming programming communities ... (more…)

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