👋 I'm jbr. I've been working on tide, async-h1, and http-types for the last year, and have landed a number of exciting features in that framework such as sessions, unix socket listeners, tls, and websockets. I've also done a bunch of work in tide's http implementation, async-h1. Trillium is the direct product of that experience. I am continuing to contribute to http-rs, but as tide's design stabilizes, I am branching out in order to explore a number of alternative designs that I have been considering for the majority of the last year.
As such, some of the documentation will reference tide. I also have substantial experience with node/express, koa, phoenix, sinatra, and rails, and will try to incorporate references to those frameworks where appropriate to provide touchstones.