I have recently been learning Rust, a programming language similar to C and C++ in speed and syntax but with an emphasis on memory safety; for example handling if a variable is None. I found Graphite whilst looking on a Rust newsletter (gamedev.rs/news/020/#graphite). Graphite is a new vector editor built using Rust. The master branch can be found on the web thanks to WASM, which is a portable binary-code format for executable programs similar to assembly except it can be run on all architectures.
Above is a screenshot of the current master of graphite (editor.graphite.design/). The source code is available at their GitHub repository github.com/GraphiteEditor/Graphite. I have made several contributions available github.com/GraphiteEditor/Graphite/pulls?q=author%3A0hypercube+is%3Amerged including
I was really pleased to receive the following feedback from one of my code reviewers who congratulated me on 'the awesome work you did on this, it's so nicely polished and I hope you're proud of your work on this feature.'
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