By Kassian Rosner Wren
WebAssembly is a technology that changes the web as we know it by allowing us to compile other languages to run in browsers, along with many other uses and benefits. Discover what WebAssembly is (and isn’t), how to use WebAssembly, and how it affects the way we program for the web.
Kassian is a Developer Advocate by day, an IoT tinkerer by night. When they’re not coding, they’re practicing art or hanging out with their cats.
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