Hello there! You are reading this post thanks to a lot of effort, research and consultation that has resulted in a complete from-scratch rewrite of this website in Rust. This website stands on the shoulder of giants. Here are just a few of those and how they add up into this whole package.
warp tide async http
Since I write a lot of articles about Rust, I tend to get a lot of questions about specific crates: "Amos, what do you think of oauth2-simd? Is it better than openid-sse4? I think the latter has a lot of boilerplate."
And most of the time, I'm not sure what to responds. There's a lot of crates out there. I could probably review one crate a day until I retire!
Well, I recently relaunched my website as a completely custom-made web server on top of tide. And a week later, mostly out of curiosity (but not exclusively), I ported it over to warp.
So these I can review. And let's do so now.
In this post, we will learn how to use Rust Warp. We will start from the current official example at GitHub. Then, we will learn how to modularize it.
This is a very simple authentication server but I hope this post gave you the building blocks needed to expand it for your own needs. I strongly recommend taking a look at the warp documentation and if you need help, don't hesitate to ask me. Also, any feedback is welcome!
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