Rust has a very helpful and friendly community as well as a thriving, though a bit fledgling ecosystem, backed by the cargo package manager. Packages (libraries) are colloquially called "crates". Crates are uploaded to the crates.io package repository where they are hosted over HTTP, along with documentation.
Hint: If you use duckduckgo as your search engine you can search for crates using bang syntax like
!crates mogwai, which will warp you straight to search results for that crate on crates.io (in this case that's the
Ok, enough - what does Rust look like?