Humble proof of concept of a serverless computing platform in Node.js based on the idea of nanoprocesses.
Giving back control of the game rendering loop to the WebAssembly module. Partly.
A series of learning texts covering the first steps with WebAssembly for complete beginners.
How to build a web-based video game from scratch with HTML canvas and 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.
AssemblyScript is a free and open source TypeScript-like language that gives developers low-level control over Wasm features.
There are plenty of languages Wasm can be compiled from. C, Kotlin, and AssemblyScript are only a few of them.
Accessing operating system features from Wasm with examples in Wat.
Running Wasm code in Node.js, the popular backend platform.