WebAssembly in Action

Author of the book "WebAssembly in Action"
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The book's original source code can be downloaded from the Manning website and GitHub. The GitHub repository includes an updated-code branch that has been adjusted to work with the latest version of Emscripten (currently version 3.1.44).

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

The State of WebAssembly - 2021 and 2022

The State of WebAssembly – 2021 and 2022. In this article, I show you the current state of WebAssembly by looking at the big events of 2021 and then try to predict where I think things are going in 2022.
As one year comes to an end and a new one begins, it serves as a good opportunity to take a moment and reflect on what happened over the past year and, at the same time, try to predict what may happen in the new year.

For the second year in a row, I've had the privilege of writing an article on the state of WebAssembly. In the article, I talk about some of the big events of 2021 around WebAssembly and then I tell you what some of my expectations for 2022 are.

The article can be found here: The State of WebAssembly - 2021 and 2022

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