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Mario Zupan
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Oct 12, 2021 ⋅ 12 min read

Iced.rs tutorial: How to build a simple Rust frontend web app

Mario Zupan I'm a software developer originally from Graz but living in Vienna, Austria. I previously worked as a full-stack web developer before quitting my job to work as a freelancer and explore open source. Currently, I work at Netconomy.

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2 Replies to "Iced.rs tutorial: How to build a simple Rust frontend web app"

  1. This is a simple tutorial that expects the reader to know what “trunk” is and how to install / use it. Also there are just too many details that are being brushed over and the order creation is sometimes reversed. I get confused as to what file the tutorial is currently in. And for me, separation into several files for the sake of clarity would be obvious. This tutorial is a nice read. but not very good as a practical example. It was not for me.

  2. I agree with the prior comment. At least add on top of the code which file you are currently editing. It is mentioned once or twice but then brushed over as we change between files later. The more clarity the better.

    I could not completely follow this example to reproduce the build so it was not useful for me in determining if this is something I want to commit more time into learning.

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