Wasmer 0.5 has been released, https://github.com/wasmerio/wasmer/releases/tag/0.5.0.
• More stable version of WASI
• Ships with wapm 0.3 (with package signing and contracts)
• Emscripten improvements, now able to run python and openssl!
• Context trampoline for exported functions
• & more!
CSS Grid Level 2, subgrid is coming to Firefox, https://hacks.mozilla.org/2019/06/css-grid-level-2-subgrid-is-coming-to-firefox/.
j4rs, i.e. Java for Rust, allows effortless calls to Java code from Rust, https://astonbitecode.github.io/blog/post/j4rs_0.6.0/.
Looks neat. A project to follow.
bzip2 in Rust, Basic infrastructure and CRC32 computation, https://people.gnome.org/~federico/blog/bzip2-in-rust-basic-infra.html.
bzip2 is very likely to be rewritten in Rust. The article explains the strategy, how it has started etc.
🐹🕸️ I'm super excited to announce the Fastest WebAssembly Runtime for Go: wasmer, https://medium.com/wasmer/announcing-the-fastest-webassembly-runtime-for-go-wasmer-19832d77c050 🎉
https://github.com/wasmerio/go-ext-wasm is a Go library to execute WebAssembly binaries.
Using Rust to Scale Elixir for 11 Million Concurrent Users, https://blog.discordapp.com/using-rust-to-scale-elixir-for-11-million-concurrent-users-c6f19fc029d3.
@discordapp is using @rustlang to improve the performance of their Member List feature.
tl;dr result: From 500µs with Sorted List (Elixir) to 0.61µs with StoredSet (Elixir+Rust).
Create Interactive .NET Documentation with Try .NET, https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/creating-interactive-net-documentation/.
Try .NET now uses WebAssembly for a more interactive experience.
Source code of Try .NET is also now open source, https://github.com/dotnet/try.
• Starts 30% faster
• Fixed source maps directly in Babel, Vue.js, Regenerator…
• Breakpoints per statement, not per line!
• Logpoints 😍
• Workers support
• and more!
PhD Computer Scientist/Hacker, main projects: Hoa, Tagua VM, atoum, Atlasr. Web & Rust lover. Current Wasmer; ex Automattic, Liip, fruux, Mozilla.
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