Rust is growing in popularity, having earned the most loved language in Stack Overflow’s 2019 Developer Survey for the fourth year in a row. While Cargo and Rust’s tooling are great, there’s still a few tricks in getting them to work in a production setting

In this article, I’m going to show you how to fetch private Cargo dependencies and source them when building a Docker image. This solves a key issue with Docker of not copying over SSH keys when building an image

The code for this blog post can be found in the Github repository below

Example Application: Rocket-Add

I’ve developed an example API called Rocket-Add which is built on top of a very cool web framework in Rust called…

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