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hyper for Rust
hyper is a fast HTTP implementation written in and for Rust. A Client for talking to web services. A Server for building those web services. Blazing fast thanks to Rust. High concurrency with non-blocking sockets. HTTP/1 and HTTP/2 support. hyper is a relatively low-level library, meant to be a building block for libraries and applications. If you are looking for a convenient HTTP client, then you may wish to consider reqwest. If you are looking for a convenient HTTP server, then you may wish to consider warp. Both are built on top of this library. A Service lets you define how to respond to incoming requests. While it is possible to implement the trait directly, there are a few patterns that are common when using Hyper. We’ve included some helpers for when these patterns fit our needs. An echo server will listen for incoming connections and send back the request body as the response body on POST requests.
- HTTP/1 and HTTP/2
- Asynchronous design
- Leading in performance
- Tested and correct
- Extensive production use
- Client and Server APIs
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