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Ruukh - Frontend Web Framework

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An experimental next-gen frontend framework for the Web in Rust. Write your web app in pure Rust.

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!! THIS IS HIGHLY UNSTABLE !!

Don't depend on this library for any of your production code. Also, this project does not make a guarantee that it will ever stabilize as there are a lot of issues to iron out. This project also might have breaking changes in patch version till 0.1.0. So, for the time being, this project is in a state of continuous experimentation.

Usage

Create a new library project as binary projects are not supported to run on WASM.

Add the following to your Cargo.toml:

[lib]
crate-type = ["cdylib"]

[dependencies]
ruukh = "0.0.3"
wasm-bindgen = "0.2.21"

Ruukh CLI

You may use cargo-ruukh to make your life easier to build and run Ruukh projects. It supports running your webapp in a development server.

To install it:

cargo install cargo-ruukh

For more information: read up the README at its own repo.

Code structure

The CLI to run your project effortlessly expects your code to be structured in a particular way. Also, mind that this library requires latest nightly to work.

In lib.rs with 2018 edition enabled:

#![feature(proc_macro_hygiene, decl_macro)]

use wasm_bindgen::prelude::*;
use ruukh::prelude::*;

#[component]
#[derive(Lifecycle)]
struct MyApp;

impl Render for MyApp {
    fn render(&self) -> Markup<Self> {
        html! {
            "Hello World!"
        }
    }
}

#[wasm_bindgen]
pub fn run() {
    App::<MyApp>::new().mount("app");
}

To check & see how the Ruukh app works, go to the Examples section and run those projects.


The project is licensed under MIT.

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