WASM Playground

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‍What Is WebAssembly (Wasm)?

WebAssembly, often abbreviated as Wasm, is a binary instruction format designed for executing efficient and secure code on web browsers and other environments. It offers a world of possibilities for developers seeking to harness the power of native-like performance within web applications.

In this playground, you'll have the opportunity to:

  • Learn the fundamentals of WebAssembly.
  • Compile and run WebAssembly projects.
  • Experiment with Wasm in a safe and controlled environment‍

Playground Features

This Wasm Playground offers you a seamless and educational experience. Here's what you can expect:

Environment Setup:

We've preconfigured essential tools for you, including Rust for building Wasm applications, Emscripten for compiling C and C++ to WebAssembly, and Wasmtime as a standalone WebAssembly runtime.

Compile Wasm Projects: Whether you prefer Rust or Emscripten, you can effortlessly compile your Wasm projects here, creating WebAssembly binaries with ease.

Start Exploring: Dive into the exciting world of WebAssembly! Select a tutorial or project, compile it, and run it using Wasmtime. Gain hands-on experience with this powerful technology.

Playground Notes

You have a maximum of 1 hour to explore and experiment in the playground.

If you need additional time, you can extend your usage by 15 minutes by clicking on the icon next to the timer icon.

Enjoy your time in the Wasm playground as you uncover the possibilities of WebAssembly. Please make the most of this learning opportunity, and feel free to refer to additional documentation for in-depth knowledge and further exploration. Happy coding!