First-class editor support

Whether you prefer working with code from the command line, or using rich graphical editors, there’s a Rust integration available for your editor of choice. Or you can build your own using rust-analyzer.

Bring calmness to your builds

Cargo is the build tool for Rust. It bundles all common actions into a single command. No boilerplate required.


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Bring confidence to your code through Rust’s excellent testing tools. cargo test is Rust’s unified solution to testing. Write tests next to your code, or in separate files: it provides a solution for all testing needs.


cargo build creates lean binaries for every platform. With a single command your code can target Windows, Linux, macOS, and the web. All part of a modern interface, with no need for bespoke build files.

Velocity through automation

Rust’s industry-grade tools make collaboration fearless, allowing teams to focus on the tasks that matter.


Rustfmt automatically formats Rust code, making it easier to read, write, and maintain. And most importantly: never debate spacing or brace position ever again.

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“It looks like you’re writing an Iterator.”
Clippy helps developers of all experience levels write idiomatic code, and enforce standards.

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Cargo Doc

Cargo’s doc builder makes it so no API ever goes undocumented. It’s available locally through cargo doc, and online for public crates through

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