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WebAssembly Weekly #4: How to Learn WebAssembly
All you need to know about WebAssembly of this week:
WebAssembly Weekly History
Learning How to Learn WebAssembly
WebAssembly is no joke. It took me two damn years to get a single star on one of my GitHub repositories. It’s an npm package that had over 900 downloads last month. I created a repository as a placeholder for an npm package using WebAssembly, and it got 4 stars…in 14 hours! If you’re like me, you’re probably intrigued by this new technology, but have no idea where to start.
Rather than write a post about what WebAssembly can do or how neat it is (which it is), I’m going to try to provide a course of action you can follow to get up and running.
Read the full article: https://medium.com/pandera-labs/learning-how-to-learn-webassembly-7743663ed4d0
Web Assembly in ASP.NET Core
The following article will show how to implement Web assembly in ASP.NET Core. I have previously wrote about ASP.NET Core in the following articles:
Read the full article: https://medium.com/@samueleresca/web-assembly-in-asp-net-core-e61d8608e0d0
WebAssembly Realtime Image Filter
Wasup is a build server and CDN for single-page, portable and standalone C programs. Given programs are compiled to Web Assembly, without any modules (such as libc).
You can use this for quick wasm experiments or rapid prototyping on a machine that doesn’t have wasm-llvm or emsdk installed. Don’t use this for anything serious.
Forth on WASM
This repo (sort of) runs a Forth interpreter natively (no transpilation!) in any browser that supports Web Assembly. The Forth interpreter (the part written in C) was originally authored by Leif Bruder in 2014 under a public domain license. Thanks, Leif!
It sort of works, but unfortunately, causes the browser to hang. I would really like to know why, but have yet to find a cause.
What’s new with WebAssembly portable code
Holding the promise of faster web applications, the WebAssembly portable code format is moving beyond its initial implementation, with its backers at the World Wide Web Consortium, ready to fit WebAssembly with more language accommodations and performance improvements.
WebAssembly video call: August 22nd
Hello WebAssembly CG members,
We’ll be holding our third WebAssembly CG video conference on Tuesday August 22nd at 9:00AM Pacific Time. We hold these meetings bi-weekly, same time and video URL every time. If you’ve never attended or forgot the URL please let me know and I’ll send you a link.
Topics welcome, send a pull-request for any discussions. I’ll publish notes after the meeting.
• Upcoming meetings (JF Bastien)
• Presentation on JS/wasm modules integration, mostly stage-setting (Domenic Denicola)
• State of WebAssembly tooling (Derek Schuff + Alon Zakai)
JF WebAssembly CG Chair
JS/wasm modules integration by Domenic Denicola
I'm an expert on the first two, but the last is very speculative. I don't have a firm grasp on wasm's module/instance/table/imports/exports structure. So the main goal here is to present the first two to you, outline the basic shape of a solution, and gather feedback about what a specific solution might look like.
- JS's "abstract" module system
- HTML's JS module integration
- Where to slot wasm into this