Middleware-Oriented, Concurrency Focused Web Development in Rust.
@reem is iron/cookie still active? Looks like travis failed 6 months ago and hasn't been touched since
@fuchsnj it's sort of just had low priority for me to fix it but if you or anyone else wants to take up fixing it I would be thrilled.
basically it's been broken for so long that the job is large enough that the effort/reward just hasn't been low enough for me recently compared to other stuff I can do for iron
Do we have an example of a web app using iron anywhere? I'm specifically looking for one that talks to a database and implements CRUD operations on it.
reem: Weird. When I make arequest to a certain router url everything works fine the first time. But the second time I make a request to that route I get "No matching route found.". At first I thought restangular was screwing up but chrome has the ability exactly replay a certain request and that also fails. Important to note: After reloading the page everything work again one single time. Also repeatedly
curling works without problems. I assume the problem might have to do with keep-alive connections again :(
reem: wrk reports: "Non-2xx or 3xx responses: 42497"
I'll try to upgrade iron and to set up a minimal test case before complaining any further
How do I serve html?
let mut headers = Headers::new();
let mut response = Response::with((
response.headers = headers;
Maybe add such an example? This was hard to find for me. Also maybe add a convenience function for just creating a html response?
Hi, I want to build a restful api. But I've confronted with some basic http and URL knowledge.
For example, if i have a model named User, its restful root URL is : [host]/api/v1/users. Then i want to get some user's information filtered by fields of id and age. My questions are:
Are the query strings placed in the iron::request::Request object or in the route? How can i realize it?
Please help me. Thanks
Is there any way to modify the Response body after creating it with a Response::with?
The Writer is just very abstract...
I'll just encaps the html instead,...
Is there a way to shut the server thread down?
Oh found: .close on iron::Listening
@reem hi. would you have time to help me out with something regarding iron/persistent? I've asked everywhere on irc, noone could really help, and I noticed you're the top contributor to that project. I would really appreciate your help, and the project is open-source so it could benefit more people if it worked properly
hi is there any url patterning middleware available for iron?