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5 Amazing Tools For Developers Written In Rust

5 Amazing Tools For Developers Written In Rust

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Nouman Rahman
·Apr 19, 2022·

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Table of contents

  • 1. Warp (warp.dev)
  • 2. Starship (starship.rs)
  • 3. bat - (lib.rs/crates/bat)
  • 4. exa - (the.exa.website)
  • 5. hyperfine - (lib.rs/crates/hyperfine)

Rust is getting more popular every day and a lot of OSS developers are creating more tools every day for developers in rust. Today we are going to take a look at five development tools written in rust.

1. Warp (warp.dev)

Warp Is a Blazingly Fast, Rust-Based Terminal Reimagined From The Ground Up To Work Like a Modern App. Warp Screenshot

2. Starship (starship.rs)

The minimal, blazing-fast, and infinitely customizable prompt for any shell written in rust.

Starship Screenshot

3. bat - (lib.rs/crates/bat)

bat is a cat clone with syntax highlighting and Git integration. It provides syntax highlighting for many file extensions by default.

bat Screenshot

4. exa - (the.exa.website)

exa is an improved file lister with more features and better defaults. It uses colors to distinguish file types and metadata. It knows about symlinks, extended attributes, and Git. And it’s small, fast, and just one single binary.

exa Screenshot

5. hyperfine - (lib.rs/crates/hyperfine)

hyperfine is a command-line benchmarking tool. Among many features, it provides statistical analysis across multiple runs, support for arbitrary shell commands, constant feedback about the benchmark progress and current estimates, and more.

Hyperfine Screenshot

These tools are top 5 but there are more tools that are some honorable mentions: tokei, ripgrep, dust, sd, procs, fd

 
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