How does this library compare to the premiere tech stack of 2019, Beast/Asio? For example, I'm not sure if I'm a fan of routing being done for me I'm a huge fan of PEGging when I need to parse something Also, Beast had a formal security audit Has this been audited as well? I'm thinking about switching but need to make sure some things are in place
IMHO, this particular library is kinda zombie, hardly maintained. I'm migrating my projects off it, not to it.
Oof, you're right
The last messages are from April
April 2017 ;-)
Development is currently slow, although we have more activity in github issues. I'd forgotten about this channel.
I cannot comment about Beast/Asio, that being a C++ based system, and it's been many years since I'e worked in C++. Nickel.rs has not had a security audit.
Well, they're pretty expensive, apparently :P
But it's good to detect vulnerabilities in the HTTP parser
If we have the resources for one, we'll have one done, but at hte moment nickel.rs is an all volunteer effort.
Hi, does nickel support route constraint ?
What do you mean by route constraint? P.S. I hope you're not starting a new project with Nickel :-)
When I first learning rust it was the first thing that made me want to learn rust. To learn nickel
I'm using nickel for my project, http://virtuarasa.com/ so plan on keeping it reasonably up to date. I've been waiting for async hyper to stabilize, then enough free time to perform the migration.
it responds well
i like it
is there a continue to the homepage
Hi guys, i want to take the plunge and make my first project with Nickle. I have a front end setup and done the packend with dielse postgres. It is just a guest page "name" "message" only option is post, get is there a simple example of this?
i have seen the json one but there is nothing on how to send it to the db