Spreading the News about WebAssembly since 2015

WebAssembly - or wasm for short - is a new binary syntax for low-level code on the web platform; and this website acts as a news aggregator on the topic.

If you are interested to contribute a post, feel free to do so. The site is hosted on GitHub using Jekyll; it would only require you to make a pull request with your link or content in a markdown file. Have a look at the how-to.

WASM.NEWS is a branch of the JS.ORG initiative. Until JavaScript gets overtaken by WebAssembly you may also want to have a look at NEWS.JS.ORG.

A talk about WASM fom the ICFP channel (Videos from the International Conference on Functional Programming (ICFP) and associated events)

posted on 04 Oct 2016 in talk tagged with . 0 Comments

A patch on rust for for the asmjs-unknown-emscripten and wasm32-unknown-emscripten targets

posted on 01 Oct 2016 in information and project tagged with . 0 Comments

Argon2 is a password-hashing function, now compiled for browser runtime.

posted on 29 Aug 2016 in project tagged with and . 0 Comments

A brief and comprehensive (but not soooo early) look at WebAssembly by Thom

posted on 05 Aug 2016 in article tagged with . 0 Comments

The official - but work in progress - WebAssembly specification

posted on 13 Jul 2016 in information tagged with and . 0 Comments

Online tool to translate C/C++ to WebAssembly, and see the machine code generated by the browser.

posted on 28 Jun 2016 in tool tagged with . 0 Comments

Nick Larsen wants to save you some frustration, when you try to build your first WebAssembly component

posted on 24 Jun 2016 in article tagged with . 0 Comments
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