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Wasm By Example

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WebAssembly (Wasm) is an universal low level bytecode that runs on the web. It is a compilation target for languages like Rust, AssemblyScript (Typescript-like), Emscripten (C/C++), and much more! Wasm offer a compact binary format, with predictable performance to run alongside Javascript. Wasm is currently shipped in all major browsers, and has runtimes meant for running on servers or interfacing with systems using WASI.

What is Wasm By Example?

Wasm By Example is a concise, hands-on introduction to WebAssembly using code snippets and annotated WebAssembly example programs. Learn more about Wasm at the WebAssembly Introduction or browse the list of examples below.

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