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?
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).
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 …
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?