This post briefly demonstrates how to return JSON response from an web application written using actix-web.
Previously, we have a bit of overview of the stuff needed to start creating a REST API example. This post is the second part post.
We had an overview of the project structure. This post shows the codes of the files mentioned in the previous post.
This post is about uploading a file or multiple files to a running Actix-web application.
This post demonstrates how to secure a Actix-web web application in Rust.
Have you started using Actix-Web in your learning of Rust or real projects? Actix-web is now dead and no longer an open-source project. The author has moved it, along with
The most fun Rust web framework is back with a new project leader! I feel relieved by its comeback. Today, I was trying out one of the alternatives to Actix-web.
When working with Actix-Web, we sometimes need to access incoming HTTP requests to inspect for some values. In that case, we need to use the HttpRequest struct either in request
Learning how to send HTTP responses from Actix-web to clients will help us craft the responses according to our needs. For instance, we could send JSON responses for specific URIs.
An Actix-Web application in an Ubuntu Docker container may not be accessible from the host operating system. For non-production codes and configuration, it may be due to two factors. Actix-Web