I think the reason I wouldn't write a webapp in Rust is the same reason I wouldn't write it in C or C++: the problems I'd be solving don't feel like a good fit for the language.
Don't get me wrong, I like Rust. But the idea of thinking about types of int, the borrow checker, and such forth, when in all likelihood I'll be writing an HTML template from a database, seems like an unnecessary overhead.
But you could convince me otherwise!
That's a fair point!
I would argue two things:
However, omce you build your first few apps with Rust, you will see:
It's a good feedback I think most people face, so I will get into that in more detail in the future!
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