Writing optimized WebAssembly is pretty tough to do. If you do not wish to use a systems language like C or Rust, then you’re kind of out of luck.
Similar to AssemblyScript, this gives web developers another option for targeting WebAssembly.
Real-time animation and visual effects - this is a pretty neat use of WebAssembly (despite the slightly odd name!)
A controversial article that suggests we should all be turning WebAssembly off in our browsers due to a number of security concerns.
From the Archives
Each week we pick out an article that is a must read for anyone interested in WebAssembly.
And finally …
A final thought from @viennajs - “no strings, no objects, no problem”