Learning WebAssembly, Rust, and Node.js
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On the server side in Node.js
- Rust's performance
- WebAssembly's security and portability
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Function input and return values
Passing and return values of arbitary types from Node.js to Rust
Calling Node.js functions from Rust
Inside the web browser
Those examples demonstrate how to access WASM programs from the JS engine inside web browsers.
A basic example to perform numeric computation in WASM
An example to manipulate strings in a WASM program