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TLWI Rust #78

15 January 2022

Bevy 0.6 • Announcing Rust 1.58.0 • Announcing Parcel CSS: A new CSS parser, compiler, and minifier written in Rust! • Thirty Days of Rust: Day One • 7k ⭐️ GitUI

4 min read

TLWI Rust #77

08 January 2022

Releasing Dioxus v0.1 - a new Rust GUI toolkit for Web, Desktop, Mobile, SSR, TUI that emphasizes developer experience • Rust vs C++, which is better and why? • How to build a blockchain from scratch in Rust • CryptoPals Crypto Challenges Using Rust: Detect single-character XOR • CryptoPals Crypto Challenges Using Rust: Implement repeating-key XOR

4 min read

TLWI Rust #76

05 January 2022

clap 3.0, a Rust CLI argument parser • Why is my Rust build so slow? • How a Single Line of Code Made a 24-core Server Slower Than a Laptop • Releasing Dioxus v0.1 - a new Rust GUI toolkit for Web, Desktop, Mobile, SSR, TUI that emphasizes developer experience • How to build a blockchain from scratch in Rust

4 min read

TLWI Rust #75

29 December 2021

zoxide v0.8.0, a smarter cd command for your terminal • Hello, youki! Faster container runtime is written in Rust • This Year in Wgpu - 2021 • Experimental real-time global illumination renderer 🦀 • Swift is trying to become Rust!

3 min read

TLWI Rust #74

22 December 2021

Signal now supports group calls up to 40 people, using Rust • Announcing Tokio Console 0.1, a tool for debugging async apps. • Homegrown rendering with Rust • mold: A Modern Linker - 1.0 release • Follow-up on the moderation issue | Inside Rust Blog

3 min read

TLWI Rust #73

15 December 2021

The Core Team Is Toxic • Lightning-fast and Powerful Code Editor written in Rust • A year has passed and we're finally stabilizing the next feature related to const generics: feature(const_generics_defaults) • Rust 2021 community survey • Writing and deploying Rust Lambda function to AWS: Image glitch as a service

3 min read

TLWI Rust #72

08 December 2021

Rust takes a major step forward as Linux's second official language • Announcing Rust 1.57.0 • A text editor for uwu style cutesy text! I'm so sorry folks. • Updated Rust Code For Linux Kernel Patches Posted • rust-analyzer changelog #106

3 min read

TLWI Rust #71

01 December 2021

JetBrains Fleet: Next generation JetBrains IDE with built-in Rust support • 4x smaller, 50x faster (asciinema player rewrite from clojurescript to js / rust) • In response to the moderation team resignation | Inside Rust Blog • Rust for Linux: Writing Safe Abstractions & Drivers • YSK about lib.rs, a pretty alternative to crates.io with better search and discovery

4 min read

TLWI Rust #70

24 November 2021

Lemmy (a federated reddit alternative written in Rust) Release v0.14.0: Federation with Mastodon and Pleroma 🥳 • elfshaker: a low-footprint, high-performance version control system fine-tuned for binaries • Blog Post: IDEs and Macros • Xplorer, a modern File Explorer that was written using TypeScript, has its performance improved on the recent release • Rust from the beginning, your first program

4 min read

TLWI Rust #69

17 November 2021

The Rust compiler has gotten faster again • std::simd is now available on nightly • Rust Foundation announces free compute resources for Rust Project maintainers • Static Analyzer Rudra Found over 200 Memory Safety Issues in Rust Crates • Introducing hRPC: a simple RPC system for user-facing APIs

3 min read

TLWI Rust #68

10 November 2021

Rust is the highest paid programming language of 2021 • An entire desktop environment made in Rust is coming to Pop!_OS! • Proof of concept: iOS app written in pure Rust • It's Time to Get Hyped About Const Generics in Rust • Prepare your Rust API docs for Github Pages

3 min read

TLWI Rust #67

03 November 2021

This little known javascript physics library blew my mind! • How to call C code from Rust • Writing a QML Application in Rust (Part 2) • Git Internals part 1: The git object model • Meta Programming

3 min read