thank you @guillemcordoba I really appreciate the information! so it makes sense for me to work with RSM if there is such a difference…
My short-term goal is to do a simple proof of concept, where I can set up 3-5 users who can share data but can also control access to it. I do not need to think about a UI of any kind.
@thedavidmeister also linked me to that lib.rs file in another thread, but to be honest I just have no idea where to start with it!
I come from python and am really new to rust, but have worked through the Rust book and done some basic things of my own. When I’m learning I like to have a well-formed example I can play around with (don’t we all!). But I don’t know about any RSM tutorials or examples I can really play with to understand it.
Are there any? Or is there some other reading I can do to help a beginner build a basic capabilities example in RSM?
thank you - alex
ps. I also tried the beginner task at holochain gym but have an error - I will make a new post about that to try and keep the forum tidy!