Zero to Mastery – Build a Full-Stack Twitter Clone with Rust
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This portfolio project involves building a Twitter clone using Rust for both the frontend and backend, entirely from scratch. This the perfect opportunity to advance your skills with the Rust and learn about the intricacies of full-stack web development!
WHAT IS THIS PROJECT?
This project focuses on building a Twitter clone using Rust for both the frontend and backend, entirely from scratch. The project covers various web app capabilities, including server software development with URL routing for public and private endpoints, sessions, hosting static data, API access, and data management using a query builder. An interactive single page frontend allows users to create posts, upload images, participate in polls, edit and view profiles, and bookmark posts. Additionally, the project explores testing the application, modifying the build environment for more streamlined development, generating documentation, and diagnosing bugs encountered along the way.
This is a comprehensive portfolio project. It requires about 15 hours to build.
With a focus on both frontend and backend implementation using Rust, this project offers a unique chance to explore the full potential of this powerful programming language. You will acquire valuable hands-on experience in building a complete and functional full-stack web application. Additionally, you will be introduced to Postgres database integration through the utilization of the Diesel query builder, which leverages the power of Rust to provide compile-time checked data access and IDE auto completion for queries. This project is the perfect opportunity for you to advance your skills with the Rust programming language and learn about the intricacies of full-stack web development
WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING?
– Intermediate knowledge of programming in Rust.
– Familiarity with installing development tools or databases onto your system.
– Basic terminal or command-line knowledge.
– Basic knowledge of web development, including HTTP request-response lifecycle, cookies,
DOM, and CSS.
WHAT TOOLS WILL BE USED?
– Rust, Cargo, Diesel, Dioxus, just, Postgres, Tailwind CSS, git