This page lists the projects that I’m most proud of, and that I’m actively developing and supporting.
A dynamic DNS system that works with Gandi’s live DNS feature. Allows you to host servers without a static IP address by updating DNS records whenever your IP changes. Flexible deployments through Docker or system packages with systemd timers.
A generic key-value storage library for Rust. Cuttlestore allows you to write your code once and run it on many key-value stores. Right now it comes with support for Redis and Sqlite, with planned support for CouchDB and DynamoDB.
This started as a fork of an existing project, but became a significant rewrite of it. It includes many features useful for web servers like precomputed header values and precompressed file contents.
A sibling project to Rust Embed for Web, this is a responder for Actix Web that efficiently serves your embedded files. It handles cache validation and content type negotiation, and is built for high performance.
An easy to self host cloud file storage and sharing system. It’s similar to Google Drive or NextCloud, but effortless to set up and maintain. Built in Rust and TypeScript, using Actix-Web and React Native.
A TypeScript library that can limit the number of concurrent async operations running at a time. This is useful for making concurrent requests to a server without overloading your connection. Works with promises, has no dependencies, and comes under 1kb minzipped.
Actix Web middleware that allows you to submit HTML forms using methods other
POST. Forms normally can only be submitted through
methods, but this middleware reroutes requests using a query parameter to other