prodash - is a dashboard for displaying progress of concurrent applications.
plotly for rust - Although it may seem like self-promoting I have to say having a plotting library that's on par with what's available in Python has allowed me to reach for Rust more often.
I'm interested, but the link is broken.
It looks like prodash has moved to https://github.com/crates-io/prodash
I'll nominate process_control. It makes it easy to terminate a process after a timeout, which is surprisingly difficult to do correctly. Different platforms have different types of identifiers, and some may be recycled for other processes.
beef::Cow Alternative implementation of
Cow that's more compact in memory.
flume - A blazingly fast multi-producer, single-consumer channel.
Alchemy - An experimental GUI framework for Rust, backed by per-platform native widgets.
Alchemy's readme says it's unmaintained.
async-recursion - A procedural attribute macro to automatically transform async functions so that they can run recursively.
stork Impossibly fast web search, made for static sites.
A strange one to recommend because it isn't actually on crates.io (a different crate called stork is). I think it is a very cool use of rust to make a combined binary tool and wasm js library
explaine.rs: An interactive Rust syntax playground
i nominate iced, a gui library that just had its 0.1 release:
This crate was previously nominated by @nasa42 in September, but didn't make it, so i'm nominating it again.
format A utility crate to make it easier to work with the Formatter
Pollster: A minimal async executor that lets you block on a future.
sudo: Let your application run as root
unprolix Boilerplate generator for constructors, getters and setters with derive macros
wiremock-rs: HTTP mocking to test Rust applications
aeron-rs: efficient and reliable UDP / IPC message transport for Rust
rftp: A remake of