Why Rust is meant to replace C
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Evrone has found use of Rust in a lot of projects, and our engineers have amassed substantial experience with the language. In this article we'll tell you about the main features of Rust.

SAN FRANCISCO - Californer -- The Rust programming language is an ambitious project of the Mozilla Foundation — a language that claims to be the next step in the evolution of C and C++. Over the years of existence of these languages, some of their basic flaws still haven't been fixed, like segmentation errors, manual memory control, risks of memory leaks and unpredictable compiler behavior. Rust was created to solve these problems while improving security and performance along the way.

Rust is a safe and efficient systems programming language, particularly suited for back-end web services and embedded systems. Evrone's experience with frameworks such as Rocket, Actix-Web, and Tower Web enables us to build robust APIs that can scale effectively.

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C++ has been dominating the programming language landscape for almost 40 years, becoming an industry standard and rightly holding onto that title to this day. Rust is being actively developed and refined trying to solve the most critical flaws of C++ and other programming languages.

Learn more about how Evrone engineers have found the use of Rust in a lot of projects.


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