s373r/course-rust-actix-book

Course link: Status: ✅*

Course link: Gitmoji for commit messages

Course: Actix

Course link: https://actix.rs/book/actix

Status: ✅*

(* - Some pages are under construction, need to come back a bit later)

Index legend

  • 📝 - a link to a book page
  • ✏️ - a link to an .rs file (code)
  • 👷 - a page under construction in the course
  • 🚧 - not finished

Index

  • ✏️ 1. Getting Started
  • ✏️ 2. Actor
  • ✏️ 3. Address
  • ✏️ 4. Context
  • ✏️ 5. Arbiter
  • ✏️ 6. SyncArbiter
  • 👷 7. Stream
  • 👷 8. IO helpers
  • 👷 9. Supervisor
  • 👷 10. Registry
  • 👷 11. Helper actors

Notes

Comments

  • Some of my thoughts are prefixed with NOTE:
    • Example: // NOTE: Algorithm complexity: O(n)
  • Resolved course TODOs are prefixed with DONE:
    • Example: // DONE: ^ Uncomment the above 2 lines to see the compiler error
  • Other comments copied from the course

A new chapter

ℹ️ Cargo projects cannot be named leading from a digit

To create a new chapter-related subfolder, please use the following format: cargo new N_name --name _N_name

Quick commands

ℹ️ Update N and NAME variable values

Unix-like:

N=01; NAME=getting_started; cargo new "${N}_${NAME}" --name "_${N}_${NAME}"

Windows (Powershell):

$N='01'; $NAME='getting_started'; cargo new ${N}_${NAME} --name _${N}_${NAME}

Code conduction

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License

GPLv3+

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