This is without a doubt one of the most awesome WebAssembly demos we’ve seen so far, a fully-functional Windows 2000 emulator! This is the creation of Fabrice Bellard who has created a number of emulators over the years. This one originally used emscripten to generate asm.js, the recent move to wasm has boosted performance.
As you can image, the twitter-verse loved this, with most people heading straight for minesweeper or pinball. Even more amazing is that the emulator has network access, allowing you to see that Google still supports IE5 and run Firefox 12 (within Firefox 61).
FrogUI is a new framework that brings C#, and the WPF style of UI development, to the web. It looks like Blazor has some competition!
And Finally …
Who needs Blazor, when you can run C# within the Windows 2000 emulator?