WebAssembly in Action (Manning)
Friday, 06 December 2019

This book introduces the WebAssembly stack and walks you through the process of writing and running browser-based applications. Author Gerard Gallant gives a firm foundation of the structure of a module, HTML basics, JavaScript Promises, and the WebAssembly JavaScript API and covers how to write and run high-performance browser-based applications using C++ and other languages supported by WebAssembly, including how to create native WebAssembly modules, interact with JavaScript components, and maximize performance with web workers and pthreads.



Author: Gerard Gallant
Publisher: Manning
Date: November 2019
Pages: 448
ISBN: 978-1617295744
Print: 1617295744
Audience: Developers interested in WebAssembly
Level: Intermediate
Category: Web design and development 



Topics covered: 

  • Dynamic linking of multiple modules at runtime
  • Communicating between modules and JavaScript
  • Debugging with WebAssembly Text Format
  • Threading with web workers and pthreads

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