A strong lower web-stack is important not only to build strong web frameworks on top, but also to allow performance critical systems to reach deeper to squeeze out extra juice. Rust has a good support on HTTP servers, even an HTTP2 implementation, websockets and other protocols.
Asynchronous HTTP 1.1 parser.
An HTTP/2 client and server
A fast and correct HTTP library.
Low level HTTP server library
Lightweight stream-based WebSocket implementation
Async binding for Tungstenite, the Lightweight stream-based WebSocket implementation
Tokio binding for Tungstenite, the Lightweight stream-based WebSocket implementation
[deprecated] A WebSocket (RFC6455) library for Rust.
A WebSocket (RFC6455) library for Rust: low-level component. It contains HTTP-independent aspect of WebSockets
QUIC transport protocol implementation for Tokio
sozu, a fast, reliable, hot reconfigurable HTTP reverse proxy
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