Setting up the ultimate WebAssembly (C++) workflow


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    here’s little worse than the procrastination of setting up the tooling for a new project. WebAssembly projects are an especially worse case as they need separate set-up for both JavaScript and a back end language such as C++, not to mention emscripten itself.
    To avoid future pain and wasted time, I’ve put together what I will be using and maintaining from now on as my WebAssembly project shell, for current and future projects. The final result is hosted on GitHub, should you wish to skip straight to that.

    Read the full article: https://medium.com/@DanRuta/setting-up-the-ultimate-webassembly-c-workflow-6484efa3e162


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