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    Obligatory mention: Are we web yet?

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      Handle with care, the resource is out of date. There are email crates and there are pull requests for that on GitHub.

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        I had actually wondered that as not much seemed to have changed since last viewing it. Thanks for the heads up.

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          It is now hosted under AreWeWebYet.org – see the relaunch announcement: http://www.arewewebyet.org/news/2016/02/16/we-are-back-baby/

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      Shouldn’t rs be the preferred domain for rust projects?

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        Some projects use it, but they’re a little more annoying to get than something more mainstream like .io.

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          Are you a Serbian citizen?

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          Would this be the Rust equivalent to express.js, as for being a minimalist and obviously fast web framework ?

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            Ironically enough, this project claims to be.

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              Iron and Hyper both have fairly equal claim to this, I’d say.

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            Just curious: Why develop a web framework for a systems language? I don’t mean this in a dickish way, but genuinely curious about the pros & cons.

            I like rust and it shows a lot of promise. :)

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              To be supah fast.

              Have you ever tried to get a Ruby web application to handle a large volume of requests? Why do you think Twitter moved their core to Scala? The same applies to Python. Ruby is aiming to be fast, concurrent, and safe. All three of those are important to be big and bad in the web world.

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                Ruby is aiming to be fast, concurrent, and safe

                …Rust, right? :P