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September 6-7, 2023
Bellevue, Washington
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Wednesday, September 6 • 10:55am - 11:20am
Building iOS, Android and Web Apps That Share a Single Rust Core - Stuart Harris, Red Badger

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It’s quite remarkable what happens when you encapsulate the _behavior_ of your application in Rust as a single, pure, functional core. You can easily write comprehensive test suites that run in milliseconds. You can wrap it with any native UI framework and deploy it to Web (with WebAssembly) and to iOS and Android (with FFI).

We built the open-source Crux framework (https://github.com/redbadger/crux) to help you get the most from Rust’s expressive type system and each platform's idiomatic UX/UI frameworks.

We’ll dive into how the architectural patterns of Crux (Ports and Adapters, Elm Architecture) radically simplify app development and testing, making it easier to build rock-solid applications for every platform.
Rust Global is the first Rust Foundation-hosted gathering dedicated to the use of Rust in global leadership settings.
Rust Global is an opportunity for technology decision-makers, business leaders, and Rust advocates to connect with, learn from, and inspire one another. Join us to discuss a more resilient, secure, and sustainable future built with the Rust programming language.

To learn more, visit the event website. Registration Cost: $15

How to Register: Pre-registration is required. To register for Rust Global, add it to your WasmCon registration.

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Stuart Harris

Founder and Chief Scientist, Red Badger
Stu's career as a software engineer spans more than 3 decades. He loves Rust and delights in how it is increasingly being used to build stronger, more capable software — software that is fun to create and fun to use! He founded Red Badger in 2010 to help organisations with their... Read More →

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Wednesday September 6, 2023 10:55am - 11:20am PDT
Grand Ballroom E