Rust server-based hosting platform platforms (RSIs) have been gaining popularity recently.
For example, you can install Rust and use it as a backend to a Python project or even a Web app.
But for those of us who prefer to use a different approach, we have an easy way to do so.
Rust has built-in support for web APIs.
In fact, it provides a great solution for many of the needs that are common to building web applications in Rust: Web UI, front-end development, and the like.
However, for some of these needs, the RSI platform isn’t quite as ready.
To find out how to get Rust up and running in your application, we’re going to look at how to use it for front- and back-end web development.
RSI is a library for building and deploying web apps in Rust.
For developers interested in building Web apps, RSI makes building web apps easy, with a single API and a simple command-line interface.
Let’s take a look at a sample app.
To start, let’s create a new project: $ cargo new myapp hello $ cd myapp $ cargo run –release This will create a newly-created project called myapp and launch it from the command-prompt.
Now, let us create a static file for the app, using a simple script: $ cd hello $ cargo static $ myapp Hello World!
Now, to create a Web page, we’ll need to create an HTML file: $ html MyApp Hello World Hello World