Tomas Tulka's Blog

Random thoughts about programming and other stuff.


Compiling to WebAssembly with Binaryen

Compile your own programming language to WebAssembly binary instruction format (Wasm) using Binaryen’s JavaScript API.

Learning WebAssembly Series

A series of learning texts covering the first steps with WebAssembly for complete beginners.

Learning WebAssembly #10: Image Processing in AssemblyScript

WebAssembly is a great fit for image processing. We will manipulate image data with a simple Wasm function written in AssemblyScript and run it in the web browser.

Learning WebAssembly #9: AssemblyScript Basics

AssemblyScript is a free and open source TypeScript-like language that gives developers low-level control over Wasm features.

Learning WebAssembly #8: Compiling into Wasm

There are plenty of languages Wasm can be compiled from. C, Kotlin, and AssemblyScript are only a few of them.

Learning WebAssembly #7: Introducing WASI

Accessing operating system features from Wasm with examples in Wat.

Learning WebAssembly #6: Running Wasm in Node.js

Running Wasm code in Node.js, the popular backend platform.

Learning WebAssembly #5: Running Wasm in the Browser

Executing Wasm code in a browser via WebAssembly JavaScript API.

Learning WebAssembly #4: Wasm Memory and Working with Strings

Dealing with strings and other complex data types via Wasm memory mechanism.

Learning WebAssembly #3: Wat Programming Basics

Learning basic building blocks of programming in Wat.