This week has been about the gif format, desktop applications with Tauri, a pipeline-based query language, a WHATWG-compliant HTML5 tokeniser, a collection of SVG icons and the rules of changing the rules in blockchain.
A pipeline-based query language more expressive than SQL and still declarative. Unlike SQL, it forms a logical pipeline of transformations, and supports abstractions such as variables and functions. It can be used with any database that uses SQL, since it transpiles to SQL.
# The rules to make the rules
An article reflecting on the politics involved in a blockchain ecosystem.
# You Don't Know Gif - An analysis of a gif file and some weird gif features
An article diving into the history of the gif file format and what it has to offer.
An open source collection of SVG icons.
A WHATWG-compliant HTML5 tokenizer and tag soup parser.
# Create a desktop app in Rust using Tauri and Yew
A tutorial on building a desktop application using Tauri.