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Walt | Alternative Syntax for WebAssembly
[PODCAST]WebAssembly with Jay Phelps
We loved having Jay Phelps on the show so much last week, we invited him back this week to talk about WebAssembly!
- 01:11 - Why is WebAssembly exciting?
- 02:17 - What is WebAssembly?
- 05:03 - Efficient Parsing
- 06:41 - Why didn’t they just use JVM, CLR, LLVM IR, etc.?
- 11:35 - Using WebAssembly: The Development Process
- 20:30 - WASM, WAT, WAST File Formats
- 25:22 - wabt and binaryen
- 31:16 - emscripten
- 31:58 - Consuming as a Library
WASM game: Worldy Cup on AirConsole
Worldy Cup is an intense fast-paced modern take on old-school arcade soccer games like in the 8-Bit and 16-Bit glory days, with powerups super shots, team commands, multiplayer for up to 8 players and a unique retro voxel 3D pixel art visual style.
noise-c.wasm: rweather/noise-c compiled to WebAssembly using Emscripten and optimized for small size
rweather/noise-c compiled to WebAssembly using Emscripten and optimized for small size
Noise protocol implementation that works both in Node.js and in modern browsers.
How does Ethereum work, anyway?
Odds are you’ve heard about the Ethereum blockchain, whether or not you know what it is. It’s been in the news a lot lately, including the cover of some major magazines, but reading those articles can be like gibberish if you don’t have a foundation for what exactly Ethereum is. So what is it? In essence, a public database that keeps a permanent record of digital transactions. Importantly, this database doesn’t require any central authority to maintain and secure it. Instead it operates as a “trustless” transactional system — a framework in which individuals can make peer-to-peer transactions without needing to trust a third party OR one another.
Still confused? That’s where this post comes in. My aim is to explain how Ethereum functions at a technical level, without complex math or scary-looking formulas. Even if you’re not a programmer, I hope you’ll walk away with at least better grasp of the tech. If some parts are too technical and difficult to grok, that’s totally fine! There’s really no need to understand every little detail. I recommend just focusing on understanding things at a broad level.
Many of the topics covered in this post are a breakdown of the concepts discussed in the yellow paper. I’ve added my own explanations and diagrams to make understanding Ethereum easier. Those brave enough to take on the technical challenge can also read the Ethereum yellow paper.
Read the full article: https://medium.com/@preethikasireddy/how-does-ethereum-work-anyway-22d1df506369