|Spin Brings WebAssembly To The Cloud|
|Written by Nikos Vaggalis|
|Tuesday, 07 February 2023|
Spin is a new open source framework for building and running cloud microservices with WebAssembly which run on the Fermyon Cloud. Fermyon has also released an SDK for .NET.
But back to WebAssembly for the Cloud. Fermyon has made Spin:
a framework for web apps, microservices, and other server-like applications.
Spin provides the interfaces for writing WebAssembly modules that can do things like answer HTTP requests. One unique thing about Spin is that it is a multi-language framework. Rust and Go both have robust support in Spin, but you can also write Python, Ruby, AssemblyScript, Grain, C/C++, and other languages.
With Spin you also satisfy the necessary requirements that need to be in place for Cloud computing applications:
Here’s what a Spin “Hello World” looks like written in Rust:
Writing a Spin module is not much different in Go:
Spin v0. 7. 0 version of the framework released last month comes with:
Fermyon has also released an SDK for . NET which can be used to:
So there you have it, WebAssembly as a better, lighter alternative to VM's, containers and Kubernetes.
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