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#222 in Asynchronous
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Appliance is a lightweight Rust framework for building highly customizable asynchronous components adapted for message-based intercommunications. This project is an attempt to make actix-like approach more flexible by exempting a user from using predefined execution runtimes. With the library you can design any composition logic for async agents avoiding data races and unnecessary locks.
- Explicit control over agent lifecycle (no global runtime).
- Equipping agents with customized async executors.
- Minimal overhead when calling handlers.
The recommended way to use this library is to add it as a dependency in your
[dependencies] appliance = "0.2.0"
A lightweight actor model inspired framework to build customizable components with message-based intercommunications.