This Week in Rust and WebAssembly 008
Hello and welcome to another issue of This Week in Rust and WebAssembly!
Rust is a systems language pursuing the trifecta: safety, concurrency, and speed.
WebAssembly is a stack-based virtual machine and instruction set. It is fast, safe, portable, and part of the open Web platform. By compiling to WebAssembly, we can run Rust code on the Web!
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- The Biggest
- Announcing the
- Programming WebAssembly with Rust — The Book!! Kevin Hoffman is writing a book on Rust and Wasm for the Pragmatic Programmers book publisher.
- Rust and WebAssembly with Nick Fitzgerald. Video recording and slides from the most recent SFHTML5 meetup that was all about Wasm.
- Format rust code in the browser with
rustfmtcompiled to wasm!
- Olin is a server-side WebAssembly platform
- The P64Lang parser and interpreter running as a wasm module
- @sendilkumarn will be giving a talk titled “Do things blazingly fast with WebAssembly” at Voxxed Days Ticino 2018
- Isomorphic Desktop Apps with Rust (Electron and Wasm)
- Smithy progress update: how I decreased WebAssembly bundle size by 90%
- Added new sections to