WebAssembly 2019 Year In Review


What better way to start a new year than to take a look back at what has happened in the previous? It has certainly been a busy year for WebAssembly; a full production release of Blazor on its way, the newly launched WebAssembly System Interface (WASI), the Bytecode Alliance and a whole host of great demos. This is a brief post I put together sharing some of my favourite wasm events in 2019. What will 2020 bring?

Hosting Blazor Applications on GitHub Pages


As expected Blazor is really starting to gain traction, which means there will be a lot of people hunting around for advice and practical guidance. This post provides a few tricks and tips for people wishing to host Blazor apps on GitHub pages (which is of course free).

Making really tiny WebAssembly graphics demos


I like to think of myself as a bit of a WebAssembly hacker, there is nothing I love more than getting stuck in with hand-crafted WebAssembly code! This blog post is right up my street - creating tiny graphics demos using Rust and WebAssembly, without the support of wasm-pack / wasm-bindgen etc …

Who to follow on Twitter


This tweet provides a handy list of organisations, companies and individuals to follow if you’re interested in WebAssembly. Which I assume you are.

And Finally …

Can we really be sure whether Blazor is the tool of our dreams, or a nightmare?