The Rust community has created a wealth of high-quality and free resources online.
The Rust project hosts many resources. These cover Rust in general:
- The Rust Programming Language: the canonical free book about Rust. Covers the language in detail and includes a few projects for people to build.
- Rust By Example: covers the Rust syntax via a series of examples which showcase different constructs. Sometimes includes small exercises where you are asked to expand on the code in the examples.
- Rust Standard Library: full documentation of the standard library for Rust.
- The Rust Reference: an incomplete book which describes the Rust grammar and memory model.
More specialized guides hosted on the official Rust site:
- The Rustonomicon: covers unsafe Rust, including working with raw pointers and interfacing with other languages (FFI).
- Asynchronous Programming in Rust: covers the new asynchronous programming model which was introduced after the Rust Book was written.
- The Embedded Rust Book: an introduction to using Rust on embedded devices without an operating system.
A small selection of other guides and tutorial for Rust:
- Learn Rust the Dangerous Way: covers Rust from the perspective of low-level C programmers.
- Rust for Embedded C Programmers: covers Rust from the perspective of developers who write firmware in C.
- Rust on Exercism: 100+ exercises to help you learn Rust.
- Ferrous Teaching Material: a series of small presentations covering both basic and advanced part of the Rust language. Other topics such as WebAssembly, and async/await are also covered.
- Beginner’s Series to Rust and Take your first steps with Rust: two Rust guides aimed at new developers. The first is a set of 35 videos and the second is a set of 11 modules which covers Rust syntax and basic constructs.
- Learn Rust With Entirely Too Many Linked Lists: in-depth exploration of Rust’s memory management rules, through implementing a few different types of list structures.
Please see the Little Book of Rust Books for even more Rust books.