Have you ever wanted to build your own compiler? … of course you have! This detailed article looks at how to create your own programming language that compiles to WebAssembly. It’s an awesome must-read article. Although I am slightly biased, as I wrote it ;-)
This free event in Berlin, June 8-9th, sounds awesome - it already has a packed agenda, with some amazing speakers from wasmer, Mozilla, Parity and more. Sounds like this is going to be a great (and free) gathering.
As I’ve mentioned before, I always enjoy reading about real-world applications of WebAssembly. This blog post, from the eBay team, looks at how they are using WebAssembly for barcode scanning, with some fantastic stats from A/B testing with real users. Their final solution, which ‘races’ three different algorithms is interesting - and has drawn some skepticism. Either way, fascinating reading.
And Finally …
More hand-crafted wasm demos!