WebAssembly is a binary instruction format that most browsers support. It enables languages such as Rust, C, C++ Go, etc., to be compiled and run in a web browser.
The Rust programming language is the most frequently used language for developing WebAssembly applications, according to surveys.
You have already spent a good amount of time developing web applications and you have a very good understanding of Rust.
You are wondering whether you can develop your next UI in Rust and ship it to browser via WASM.
You are looking for a resource that has all you need in a single place.
Well, look no further! In this course i will show you how to create a complex web app in Rust that consumes JSON APIs.
We will use the Yew web framework along with wasm crates to build a UI with
– Several different routes and pages
– Forms for CRUD support
– State management, custom hooks and reducers
– Async requests via browser’s fetch API
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