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quicli - Quickly build cool CLI apps in Rust.

  •    Rust

Quickly build cool CLI apps in Rust. at your option.

cr8 - A collection of command line tools for crate devs

  •    Python

A collection of command line tools for Crate developers (and maybe users as well). Python >= 3.6 is required to use the command line tools.




fdk-rust - An experimental Function Development Kit for the Rust language

  •    Rust

This crate implements an experimental Function Development Kit for the Fn Project serverless platform. The API provided hides the implementation details of the Fn platform contract and allows a user to focus on the code and easily implement function-as-a-service programs.

mongoose-crate-s3

  •    Javascript

By default the region is assumed to be us-standard. The region is used to assemble the endpoint so please specify a different one if you are hosting in Europe, for example. A full list of valid S3 regions is available from the AWS documentation website.

coord-rs - A simple, ergonomic vector mathematics crate for Rust

  •    Rust

Coord is a simple, ergonomic vector mathematics crate for Rust designed for use in game development, physics engines and other programs that deal with general-purpose multi-variable mathematics. To use Coord in your Rust project, add the following line beneath the [dependencies] section in your Cargo.toml file.


crates - crates is an extension aims to help people to manage their dependencies for rust (crates

  •    TypeScript

This is crates, an extension for crates.io dependencies. Aims helping developers to manage dependencies while using Cargo.toml. crates is very simple. It has just two features.

rust-imap - IMAP client library for Rust

  •    Rust

This crate lets you connect to and interact with servers that implement the IMAP protocol (RFC 3501 and various extensions). After authenticating with the server, IMAP lets you list, fetch, and search for e-mails, as well as monitor mailboxes for changes. It supports at least the latest three stable Rust releases (possibly even older ones; check the CI results). To connect, use the [connect] function. This gives you an unauthenticated [Client]. You can then use [Client::login] or [Client::authenticate] to perform username/password or challenge/response authentication respectively. This in turn gives you an authenticated [Session], which lets you access the mailboxes at the server.

rust-cid - CID in rust

  •    Rust

CID implementation in Rust. Then run cargo build.