Rocket v0.5 Release Candidate
0.5.0-rc.1, a release candidate for Rocket v0.5, is now available.
This release actualizes over two years of development, bringing Rocket to Rust stable and
async to Rocket. Every facet, from core request handling to error messages, has been subjected to Rocket's exacting standards.
Rocket v0.4: Typed URIs, Database Support, Revamped Queries, & More!
I am elated to announce that the next major release of Rocket is now available! Rocket 0.4 is a step forward in every direction: it is packed with features and improvements that increase developer productivity, improve application security and robustness, provide new opportunities for extensibility, and deliver a renewed degree of toolchain stability.
Rocket 0.4 is the culmination of more than a year of development. During this time, more than 600 changes were committed, almost 400 issues were closed, and over 165 pull requests were submitted. The Rocket community has proved steadfast in its support: a sincere thank you to everyone involved!read more ►
Rocket's 2nd v0.4 Release Candidate
After a successful and productive initial v0.4 release candidate, I am happy to announce that the second release candidate for Rocket v0.4 is now available.
This release candidate fixes issues identified during the first release candidate, introduces further features, and leverages upstream
rustc contributions for improved diagnostics and stability. As before, this is an opportunity to discover issues with Rocket v0.4 and its documentation before its general release. We encourage all users to migrate their applications to the second release candidate and report any issues to the GitHub issue tracker.
Rocket v0.4 Release Candidate
I am delighted to announce that a release candidate for Rocket v0.4 is available today! This release brings over a year of features, improvements, and refinements, resolving some of the most called for requests and bringing Rocket measurably closer to stable compatibility.
The release candidate is an opportunity to discover issues with Rocket v0.4 and its documentation before its general release. We encourage all users to migrate their applications to the release candidate and report any issues to the GitHub issue tracker.read more ►
Rocket v0.3: Fairings, TLS, Private Cookies
I'm excited to announce that the next major release of Rocket is available today! Rocket 0.3 is packed with new features and improvements that increase developer productivity, improve application security, and provide new opportunities for extensibility. Rocket 0.3 is the culmination of almost 6 months of work. During this time, more than 225 changes were committed, over 100 issues (primarily questions and feature requests) were closed, and over 40 pull requests were submitted. The Rocket community has proven steadfast in their support: a sincere thank you to everyone involved!read more ►
Rocket v0.2: Managed State & More
Today marks the first major release since Rocket's debut a little over a month ago. Rocket v0.2 packs a ton of new features, fixes, and general improvements. Much of the development in v0.2 was led by the community, either through reports via the GitHub issue tracker or via direct contributions. In fact, there have been 20 unique contributors to Rocket's codebase since Rocket's initial introduction! Community feedback has been incredible. As a special thank you, we include the names of these contributors at the end of this article.read more ►