It took a bit of time, but finally
fsync is available in
From a user perspective it’s a pretty simple iPhone client for
syncthing. If you never heard about
syncthing and you ever needed a self-hosted Dropbox you should give
it a try. It’s very nice piece of software, it runs almost anywhere
(Linux, *BSDs, Windows). It’s open source and written in Go so if you
want to practice Go language - you’re welcome to
fsync works in mostly “read-only” mode, i.e. you can view
files, you can delete them, but there is no way to edit. This is gonna
From a technical perspective it’s probably one of the earliest iOS applications, which are partially written in Rust.
There is a lot of things to talk about and I hope to provide more technical details in the following posts, while this one covers using Rust as a language for mobile development from my experience.