2017-WebAssembly: Mozilla Won: Mozilla staff are being very diplomatic and restrained by allowing WebAssembly to be portrayed as a compromise between the approaches of asm.js and PNaCl. They have good reasons for being so, but I can be a bit less restrained. asm.js and PNaCl represented quite different visions for how C/C++ code should be supported on the Web, and I think WebAssembly is a big victory for asm.js and Mozilla's vision.
2016-awesome-wasm #Project#: Collection of awesome things regarding WebAssembly (wasm) ecosystem.
2017-A cartoon intro to WebAssembly: WebAssembly is fast. You’ve probably heard this. But what is it that makes WebAssembly fast? In this series, I want to explain to you why WebAssembly is fast.
2017-An Abridged Cartoon Introduction To WebAssembly: In this article, I want to help you understand what exactly it is about WebAssembly that makes it fast.
2017-The future of WebAssembly - A look at upcoming features and proposals: I’ll skip over some of the more technical proposals, instead focusing on what they might mean for languages that target WebAssembly.
2018-WebAssembly’s post-MVP future: There are many features that are coming to WebAssembly which will fundamentally alter what you can do with WebAssembly.
2018-WebAssembly: A New Hope: But what is WebAssembly and what does it mean for the web?
2017-WebAssembly cut Figma’s load time by 3x: Many people have started experimenting with toy WebAssembly projects on the side, but it’s hard to tell what the real-world performance gains will be unless you have a large compatible code base for comparison.
2017-Egghead.io WASM Introduction Examples: Course examples from the Introduction to WebAssembly egghead.io course.
2018-Writing WebAssembly By Hand: However, it is actually possible to write WebAssembly directly by hand.
2018-Our Vision for Rust and WebAssembly: In a series of follow up posts, we will talk about the next steps for each major component of the Rust and WebAssembly ecosystem.
Rust 🦀 and WebAssembly 🕸 #Series#: This small book describes how to use Rust and WebAssembly together.
2021-Rust meets the web - a clash of programming paradigms: Most code running on the web is event-based, garbage-collected, and dynamically typed. In stark contrast, Rust is a compiled language with static type- and memory-safety without a garbage-collector. What are the implications for a project that compiles Rust to WebAssembly? I try to answer this question with a fictive story and hands-on code examples.
2020-Hands on WebAssembly: Try the basics: Get started with WebAssembly through our simple hands-on tutorial that assumes only general knowledge in web development.
2018-Asmble #Project#: Asmble is a compiler that compiles WebAssembly code to JVM bytecode. It also contains utilities for working with WASM code from the command line and from JVM languages.