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Web Assembly Showcase Website #32

Michael-F-Bryan opened this Issue Nov 18, 2018 · 4 comments


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Michael-F-Bryan commented Nov 18, 2018

It'd be cool to have some sort of showcase website which will interpret any gcode program from the browser using web assembly.

The gcode crate itself only deals with gcodes at the syntactic level, so as well as the normal web app side of things, we'd need to create our own virtual-machine which can interpret gcodes and update internal state appropriately.

I've never made a website using WASM before, so any help is most appreciated!

A rough sketch of what I had in mind:


@Michael-F-Bryan Michael-F-Bryan changed the title from WebAssembly Showcase Website to Web Assembly Showcase Website Nov 18, 2018


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Dylan-DPC commented Nov 20, 2018

Hi. Can help with this. Time is a limitation but should have enough to get things started


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Michael-F-Bryan commented Nov 23, 2018

I think the big thing we'll need for this is to write a simulator system which can be compiled to WASM, then some sort of shell using an existing JavaScript framework (e.g. React).

@Dylan-DPC have you ever done anything with WASM or React?


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Dylan-DPC commented Nov 23, 2018

@Michael-F-Bryan nope. Though i have worked with vuejs earlier. I can manage the WASM stuff.


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seanlinsley commented Dec 8, 2018

there's probably a lot of code that can be re-used here:

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