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All Updates tagged: webassembly

Replacing a hot path in your app's JavaScript with WebAssembly

One key benefit that WebAssembly offers is predictable performance across browsers. But how do you turn hot path written in JavaScript into WebAssembly?

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Emscripten and npm

How do you integrate WebAssembly into this setup? In this article we are going to work this out with C/C++ and Emscripten as an example.

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WebAssembly Threads ready to try in Chrome 70

WebAssembly threads enable an application to make use of parallel threads running while sharing the same memory address space. This enables libraries and applications that rely on pthreads to be ported to run in the browser. This feature is being run under an origin-trial to solicit feedback from the developer community.

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Extending the browser with WebAssembly

WebAssembly lets us extend the browser with new features. This article shows how to port the AV1 video decoder and play AV1 video in any modern browser.

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Emscripten’s embind

Generate JavaScript bindings for your C/C++ code.

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Loading WebAssembly modules efficiently

When working with WebAssembly, you often want to download a module, compile it, instantiate it, and then use whatever it exports in JavaScript. This post explains our recommended approach for optimal efficiency.

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Emscripting a C library to Wasm

Wasm allows you to run C code on the web.

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