# Welcome to Mini Functions 👋
Mini Functions is a highly performant utility and wrapper functions library for Rust that has been carefully designed with optimization and efficiency in mind.
By providing convenient wrapper functions, our library aims to provide a high-level interface for common tasks while still leveraging the performance benefits of Rust under the hood.
These utility functions serve as an essential toolkit for any Rust developer, and the library's design abstractions allow for easy integration into a variety of projects and applications.
# Key Features
- Built with Rust — A modern programming language that is well-suited for building high-performance, reliable, and secure systems.
- High-level Utility Functions — A collection of high-level, abstracted functions for common tasks, such as string manipulation, file manipulation, and data parsing.
- Wrapper Functions for Easy Access — Wrapper functions that provide a more convenient interface for accessing and using underlying Rust libraries or APIs.
- Optimization and Performance Tools — Tools for optimizing and improving the performance of Rust code.
- Multi-platform Support — Support for a variety of platforms, including desktop, mobile, and web.
- Comprehensive Documentation and Examples — Documentation and examples to help developers understand and use the library effectively.
- Regular Maintenance and Updates — Regular updates and maintenance to ensure the library stays up-to-date and reliable.
# Platform Support
Mini Functions is available for a wide range of platforms, including
macOS, Linux, and Windows. It is also available for multiple CPU
architectures, including x86_64, arm64, and armv7. This means that you
can use the library on a variety of devices, including desktops, laptops
, and mobile devices.
Add the following line to your Cargo.toml file:
[dependencies] mini-functions = "0.0.4"
Then, add the following line to your main.rs file:
# Semantic Versioning Policy
For transparency into our release cycle and in striving to maintain
Mini Functions follows
Semantic Versioning (opens new window).
- GitHub Releases (opens new window) are used for changelogs for each release version
# Code of Conduct
We are committed to preserving and fostering a diverse, welcoming community. Please read our Code of Conduct (opens new window).
# Our Values
- We believe perfection must consider everything.
- We take our passion beyond code into our daily practices.
- We are just obsessed about creating and delivering exceptional solutions.
Thank you for using
Mini Functions! If you like the library, it would
be great if you can give it a star ⭐ on Github (opens new window).
There are also many ways in which you can participate in this project, for example:
- Submit bugs and feature requests (opens new window), and help us verify as they are checked in,
- Review the documentation (opens new window) and make pull requests for anything from typos to additional and new content.
Please read carefully through our Contributing Guidelines (opens new window) for further details on the process for submitting pull requests to us.
The project is licensed under the terms of both the MIT license and the Apache License (Version 2.0).
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