What is Tower Web?
Tower Web aims to decouple all HTTP concepts from the application logic. You define a "plain old Rust method" (PORM?). This method takes only the data it needs to complete and returns a struct representing the response. Tower Web does the rest.
Tower Web is a tool in the Frameworks (Full Stack) category of a tech stack.
Tower Web is an open source tool with 814 GitHub stars and 49 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Tower Web's open source repository on GitHub
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Tower Web's Features
- Fast: Fully asynchronous, built on Tokio and Hyper.
- Ergonomic: Tower-web decouples HTTP from your application logic, removing all boilerplate.
- Works on Rust stable: You can use it today.
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