Practical Rust Projects: Building Game, Physical Computing, and Machine Learning Applications
- 2h 27m
- Shing Lyu
Go beyond the basics and build complete applications using the Rust programming language. The applications in this book include a high-performance web client, a microcontroller (for a robot, for example), a game, an app that runs on Android, and an application that incorporates AI and machine learning.
Each chapter will be organized in the following format: what this kind of application looks like; requirements and user stories of our example program; an introduction to the Rust libraries used; the actual implementation of the example program, including common pitfalls and their solutions; and a brief comparison of libraries for building each application, if there is no clear winner.
Practical Rust Projects will open your eyes to the world of practical applications of Rust. After reading the book, you will be able to apply your Rust knowledge to build your own projects.
What You Will Learn
Write Rust code that runs on microcontrollers Build a 2D game Create Rust-based mobile Android applications Use Rust to build AI and machine learning applications
Who This Book Is For
Someone with basic Rust knowledge, wishing to learn more about how to apply Rust in a real-world scenario.
About the Author
Shing Lyu is a software engineer who is passionate about open source software. He's worked on Rust professionally at Mozilla, on the Firefox (Gecko) and Servo browser engine project. Currently, he is working at DAZN, a sports streaming platform as a backend developer, with a focus on AWS and serverless technology. Shing has worked for many world famous brands such as Mozilla and Intel. He is also active in the open source community. Being one of the founders of the Taiwan Rust community, he loves to share his enthusiasm for Rust with people.
In this Book
Welcome to the World of Rust
Building a Command-Line Program
Creating Graphical User Interfaces (GUIs)
Building a Game
Physical Computing in Rust
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
What Else Can You Do with Rust?