Tokio internals: Understanding Rust’s async I/O framework

Tokio is a Rust framework for developing
applications which perform asynchronous I/O — an event-driven
approach that can often achieve better scalability, performance, and
resource usage than conventional synchronous I/O. Unfortunately, Tokio
is notorio… Read more


Neat Rust Tricks: Passing Closures to C

One of Rust’s biggest selling points is how well it can interoperate with C. It’s able to call into C libraries and produce APIs that C can call into with very little fuss. However, when dealing with sufficiently complex APIs, mismatches between... | Sean... (more…)

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