Most loved and most wanted!
Another stackoverflow survey is out and Rust is the most loved language seventh year in a row. However there's something special about this year. This year, Rust is also the most wanted language. This means more than ever, developers are curious about the Rust programming language.
Today's issue brings us one article on macros in rust, a rust project that allows for file transfer between computers over https and an article on building smart contract in rust.
Open Source projects
File transfer using HTTPS
Ayomide built a CLI tool that allows for file transfers between computers over HTTPS
Rust macros in few sentences
Macros are one of the superpowers the Rust programming language gives us. In this article, Lord Sarcastic explains rust macros in a few sentences
NEAR zero to hero: Building a Smart Contract in Rust
This is the first of NEAR Nigeria zero to hero series from Near Protocol Nigeria. The goal of this series is to transform a programmer with no experience in developing decentralised applications to a skilled NEAR developer