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  1. wasmboy Public

    Game Boy / Game Boy Color Emulator Library, 🎮written for WebAssembly using AssemblyScript. 🚀Demos built with Preact and Svelte. ⚛️

    WebAssembly 1.1k 39

  2. Wasm By Example is a website with a set of hands-on introduction examples and tutorials for WebAssembly (Wasm)

    JavaScript 273 54

  3. vaporBoy Public

    Gameboy / Gameboy Color Emulator PWA built with Preact. ⚛️ Powered by wasmBoy. 🎮Themed with VaporWave. 🌴🐬

    JavaScript 208 14

  4. as-bind Public

    Isomorphic library to handle passing high-level data structures between AssemblyScript and JavaScript 🤝🚀

    WebAssembly 178 22

  5. A showcase of awesome production applications, side projects, and use cases made with WebAssembly (Wasm). 👷

    JavaScript 148 38

  6. A vaporwave CSS framework 🌴🐬

    CSS 124 12

1,024 contributions in the last year

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October 2021

Reviewed 4 pull requests in 2 repositories
torch2424/made-with-webassembly 3 pull requests
fastly/cli 1 pull request

Created an issue in fastly/cli that received 7 comments

Fastly CLI 0.39.3 Breaks the --path flag

My Use Case I'm currently writing a Github Action, and testing with act, and I noticed that using the latest version of the CLI, it breaks, when my…

7 comments
8 contributions in private repositories Oct 1 – Oct 21

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