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Mar 19, 2024 ⋅ 7 min read

Migrating a JavaScript frontend to Leptos, a Rust framework

Eze Sunday Eze Sunday is a full-stack software developer and technical writer passionate about solving problems, one line of code at a time. Contact Eze at [email protected].

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One Reply to "Migrating a JavaScript frontend to Leptos, a Rust framework"

  1. JavaScript is absolutely memory-safe, by way of a garbage collector. Languages like C and C++ aren’t memory safe. Other classes of issue like memory leaks are equally possible in Rust (and arguably more so since JS uses a mark and sweep gc).

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