Anansi: a simple full-stack web framework

There are many crates you can put together to make front ends and back ends, but there don't seem to be any that do it out of the box. Anansi is inspired by frameworks like Django and Qwik, and tries to make web development in Rust simple and secure. There are still many areas that require improvement, but it can probably be used to make toy sites at this point. Here's the link if anyone's interested:

When you say "Framework like qwik", does that mean Anansi is based on resumability, aggressive chunking and lazy loading?

It tries to be resumable and load things lazily. Unfortunately, I'm not aware of ways to split web assembly into multiple files, so only one is created. However, web assembly doesn't need to be interpreted unlike JavaScript, so maybe it doesn't have to?

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