A WebAssembly backend for OCaml



  • dding WebAssembly support to OCaml opens a lot of interesting opportunities. To name a few:

    • better visual representation of financial data (eg. JaneStreet)
    • a blockchain with better integration on the web (eg. Tezos, Coda)
    • a version of an app that matches the native experience (eg. Facebook Messenger)
    • running a library OS directly in the browser (eg. MirageOS)

    This article will further describe the details of the current implementation of the WebAssembly backend for OCaml.

    Read the full article: https://medium.com/@sanderspies/a-webassembly-backend-for-ocaml-b78e7eeea9d5


 

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