created_at2022-01-31 01:46:03.982921
updated_at2024-05-09 06:42:14.473479
descriptionElegant, clean Rust development framework
gudaoxuri (gudaoxuri)




Elegant, Clean Rust development framework🛸

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TARDIS([tɑːrdɪs] "Time And Relative Dimension In Space") From "Doctor Who".

💖 Core functions

  • Relational database client for MySQL, PostgresSQL
  • Web service and web client for OpenAPI v3.x
  • Distributed cache client for Redis protocol
  • RabbitMQ client for AMQP protocol
  • Search client for Elasticsearch
  • Mail client for SMTP protocol
  • Object Storage client for arbitrary S3 compatible APIs
  • Mainstream encryption algorithms and SM2/3/4 algorithms
  • Containerized unit testing of mainstream middleware
  • Multi-environment configuration
  • Multi-application aggregation
  • Configure encryption support
  • Internationalization and localization support
  • Commonly used operations (E.g. uniform error handling, encryption and decryption, regular checksums)

⚙️Key Features

  • conf-remote enable the unified configuration center
  • crypto encryption, decryption and digest operations
  • crypto-with-sm encryption, decryption and digest with SM.x operations
  • future asynchronous operations
  • reldb-core relational database core operations(based on SeaORM)
  • reldb-postgres relational database with postgres driver
  • reldb-mysql relational database with mysql driver
  • reldb-sqlite relational database with sqlite driver
  • reldb relational database with postgres/mysql/sqlite drivers
  • web-server web service operations(based on Poem)
  • web-server-grpc grpc web service based on Poem
  • web-client web client operations
  • ws-client webscoket client operations
  • cache cache operations
  • mq message queue operations
  • mail mail send operations
  • os object Storage operations
  • test unit test operations
  • tracing open telemetry support
  • tokio-console console subscriber layer supported by tokio-console
  • tracing-appender write log into file periodically.
  • cluster work with tardis cluster
  • k8s k8s support for cluster
  • build-info get build info like package version or git version

🚀 Quick start

The core operations of the framework all use TardisFuns as an entry point. E.g.

TardisFuns::init(relative_path)      // Initialize the configuration
TardisFuns::field.x                  // Some field operations
TardisFuns::reldb().x                // Some relational database operations
TardisFuns::web_server().x           // Some web service operations

Web service example

Dependency Configuration

tardis = { version = "^0", features = ["web-server"] }

Processor Configuration

use tardis::basic::error::TardisError;
use tardis::web::poem_openapi;
use tardis::web::poem_openapi::param::Query;
use tardis::web::web_resp::{TardisApiResult, TardisResp};

pub struct Api;

impl Api {
    #[oai(path = "/hello", method = "get")]
    async fn index(&self, name: Query<Option<String>>) -> TardisResult<String> {
        match name.0 {
            Some(name) => TardisResp::ok(format!("hello, {name}!")),
            None => TardisResp::err(TardisError::NotFound("name does not exist".to_string())),

Startup class configuration

use tardis::basic::result::TardisResult;
use tardis::tokio;
use tardis::TardisFuns;
use crate::processor::Api;
mod processor;

async fn main() -> TardisResult<()> {
    // Initial configuration
    // Register the processor and start the web service
    TardisFuns::web_server().add_module("", Api).start().await;

Run with cluster mode

You can enable cluster mode when it has multi nodes, especially when it comes to k8s.

watch_kind = "k8s"
k8s_svc = "my-service"
k8s_ns =  "my-namespace"


In order to use gRPC features, you need the protoc Protocol Buffers compiler, along with Protocol Buffers resource files.


sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y
sudo apt install -y protobuf-compiler libprotobuf-dev

Alpine Linux

sudo apk add protoc protobuf-dev


Assuming Homebrew is already installed. (If not, see instructions for installing Homebrew on the Homebrew website.)

brew install protobuf


  • Download the latest version of protoc-xx.y-win64.zip from HERE
  • Extract the file bin\protoc.exe and put it somewhere in the PATH
  • Verify installation by opening a command prompt and enter protoc --version

More examples

|-- examples
  |-- reldb              Relational database usage example
  |-- web-basic          Web service Usage Example
  |-- web-client         Web client Usage Example
  |-- websocket          WebSocket Usage Example
  |-- cache              Cache Usage Example
  |-- mq                 Message Queue Usage Example
  |-- todos              A complete project usage example
  |-- multi-apps         Multi-application aggregation example
  |-- pg-graph-search    Graph search by Postgresql example
  |-- perf-test          Performance test case
  |-- tracing-otlp       Trace and send data by otlp prococol example


  • An failed to run custom build command for openssl-sys error occurs when running under Windows.The solution is as follows( @see https://github.com/sfackler/rust-openssl/issues/1062 ):

    git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vcpkg --depth=1
    cd vcpkg
    vcpkg.exe integrate install
    vcpkg.exe install openssl:x64-windows-static
    set OPENSSL_DIR=<Current Dir>\packages\openssl_x64-windows-static
  • An failed to run custom build command for openssl-sys error occurs when running under Ubuntu(similar to other distributions):

    apt install build-essential perl pkg-config libssl-dev
  • FreeBSD deployment for openssl-sys

    sudo pkg install cmake ninja zip pkgconf gmake
    git clone https://github.com/Microsoft/vcpkg --depth=1
    cd vcpkg
    sh bootstrap-vcpkg.sh
    ./vcpkg integrate install
    ./vcpkg install openssl
  • An failed to run custom build command for opentelemetry-proto error occurs when running under Linux:

    apt install protobuf-compiler
  • An failed to run custom build command for opentelemetry-proto error occurs when running under MacOS:

    brew install protobuf

Thanks to Jetbrains for the Open Source License

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