An open blog that follows the footsteps of debate, event and all that concerns the free circulation of wisdom, idea and aesthetics of the universe. Medifarma, the historical Medifarma trademark, is part of the remote community, with thirty years of expertise in designing academic and medicinal publication products in the field of communications strategy for various physicians.
The Medifarma Web aims to become a point of contact for the distribution of information.
The Rust HTTP stacks and framework allow you to quickly create your own custom applications and back-end applications. As more database driver availability increases, ORMs and connectivity to outside service providers (such as job queues) are still tight. Whilst the basic principles are there, many of the practical help libraries that make working with many common framework so fast and simple are still lacking.
So if your primary source of information is an interface that can be used by other machines, needs few outside resources, and you are satisfied with most SQL write itself, then yes, you can! These are the web framework of your choosing in the community: There are sophisticated driver for saving data: When you need it (or want it), go deeper into the stack:
Once you've setup your rust and worked your way through "The Book", you might want to review one of these blogs (ordered, last published): One way or the other, if you're looking for help, the Rust-Lang users' forums have a help section where you're welcome to ask your question and find help soon. Find out more about the status of the web developers in Rust by topic: