THAT Conference '19: WebAssembly: The Swiss Army Knife of Browser Apps

THAT Conference 2019 | WebAssembly: The Swiss Army Knife of Browser Apps | Jeremy Likness
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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 6, 2019
Duration
56m
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WebAssembly: The Swiss Army Knife of Browser Apps
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Sep 6, 2019
Duration
56m
Description

WebAssembly, or Wasm, is a stack-based virtual machine that runs on existing browser engines. It is a cross-platform binary portable target for language compilers. Web developers use Wasm to build high-performance single-page applications (SPAs) without relying on JavaScript and/or other front-end frameworks. In this talk, Jeremy Likness presents what Wasm is and provides examples written in Rust, Go, and C#.

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