Despite the term async and its association with asynchronous network I/O, this blog post argues that the Tokio.rs describes it as: “an asynchronous runtime for the Rust programming language. It provides the building blocks needed for writing network applications.”
While this description emphasizes Tokio’s use for network communications, the runtime can be used for other purposes, as we will explore below.
Why Use Tokio for CPU tasks?
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