There are many articles that introduce WebAssembly, but this one does a particularly good job, highlighting the parse speed as well as runtime performance, “ … this increase in parsing performance alone will permit to put on the web software that would have been impractical to develop before.”
A fun and interesting podcast from a small group of wasm enthusiasts, covering topics including why WebAssembly matters, how Webpack wasm support is evolving. And something about beards.
A neat little demo that generates color palettes, using a k-means algorithm. It includes the sourcecode, which is written in C and compiled with Emscripten.
And finally …
You can run WebAssembly on your washing machine (in plain English, this is wasm running on an FPGA), and for readers in the UK, an interesting analogy between Brexit and Silverlight!