Practical Rust 1.x Cookbook: 100+ Solutions across Command Line, CI/CD, Kubernetes, Networking, Code Performance and Microservices
100s of Solutions across Command Line, CI/CD, Kubernetes, Networking, Code Performance, and Microservices
Practical Rust 1.x Cookbook is an in-depth guide for experienced Rust programmers looking to create robust and efficient applications. This solution-focused book covers many topics, including command line, webassembly, networking, Kubernetes, microservices, and system programming.
This book includes over 100 real-world practical exercises that will teach you how to use the Rust compiler and command-line programming across every stage of software development. Each exercise is intended to reinforce Rust’s potential for outperforming legacy applications and bridging the high-performance gap. As you read the book, you’ll learn about advanced solutions like asynchronous functions, API testing, CI/CD pipelines, Fuzz testing, and microservices architecture. You’ll also have the chance to put your knowledge to use by solving complex concurrent and parallel code challenges. You’ll also get hands-on experience with Rust’s built-in frameworks and libraries.
Practical Rust 1.x Cookbook is a must-have for experienced and inexperienced Rust programmers looking to create high-performance and robust applications. This book will help you stay ahead of the curve in Rust programming by providing clear explanations, practical examples, and step-by-step illustrations. Get your copy today and start making the apps you’ve always wanted to make!
- Employing declarative and procedural macros, pattern matching, and enums
- Create and test asynchronous code, error handling, and communication patterns.
- Working with deadlocks and livelocks, as well as implementing hash maps and parallel algorithms
- SOAP and REST API development, API orchestration, and performance monitoring
- API layering, middleware programming, and end-to-end API testing
- CI/CD, Docker registry, Kubernetes cluster, YAML files, and load balancers configuration
- Working with fuzz testing, checking syntax, and identifying code vulnerabilities
Table of Content
- Setting Up and Configuring Rust Environment
- Hands-on Traits, Enums and Struct
- Pattern Matching, Concurrency, Pointers and Modules
- Using Declarative and Procedural Macros
- Implementing Concurrency and Multithreading
- Asynchronous Programming
- Developing REST and SOAP APIs
- Building Microservices and Architectures
- Working around CI/CD
- Working around Kubernetes
- Fuzz Testing and Static Analysis
- Code Performance Optimization