Programming WebAssembly with Rust (Pragmatic Bookshelf)
Thursday, 04 April 2019

This book shows how WebAssembly's stack machine architecture works, how to install low-level wasm tools, and illustrates the dark art of writing raw wast code. Author Kevin Hoffman.builds on that foundation and shows how to compile WebAssembly modules from Rust, and how to create wasm modules in Rust to interoperate with JavaScript. The book also shows how to work with non-web hosts, and has examples ranging from an app running on a Raspberry Pi that controls a lighting system, to a fully-functioning online multiplayer game engine where developers upload their own arena-bound WebAssembly combat modules.



Author: Kevin Hoffman
Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
Date: March 2019
Pages: 240
ISBN: 978-1680506365
Print: 1680506366
Audience:WebAssembly programmers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Web design and development 





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