Rouste is a generic and declarative way of writing a URL based router with insane Rust macros.
This can be achieved with the help of two macros:
route_with!. The former generate
a function that tries to match the URL from a pattern, capture data from it and execute a
function that computes the response for this route. The latter combines several routes in a
Rouste is generic in the sense that a every route of a router can capture different values from the URL and that a router can return any type of value.
#[macro_use] extern crate rouste; use rouste::utils::*;
Execute a callback after removing unnamed segments.
Build a route from a pattern and a callback.
Compose a router given an URI and a list of routes.