Subset Numerals so They’re as Awesome as the Rest of Your Content

You’re putting the finishing touches on your new million-dollar-idea — your copy is perfect, your color scheme is dazzling, and you’ve found a glorious font pairing (who knew Baskerville and Raleway looked so great together? You did.) but there’s one problem: Raleway’s pesky lowercase numbers make your shopping cart look confusing and overwhelm the user.
This is a fairly mundane problem, but an issue that can make beautiful typefaces unusable if numbers are an important part of your site; a …
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Basics of Ownership: Rust Crash Course Lesson 2, Part 1

Arguably the biggest distinguishing aspect of Rust versus other popular programming languages is its ownership model. In this lesson, we’re going to hit the basics of ownership in Rust. You can read much more in the Rust book chapter on ownership.
This post is part of a series based on teaching Rust at FP Complete. If you’re reading this post outside of the blog, you can find links to all posts in the series at the top of the introduction post. You can also subscribe to the RSS feed.

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