WebAssembly: Bytecode in the Browser
However, WebAssembly changes all of this by allowing browsers to run bytecode which can be compiled from a wide array of languages.
This will help close the gap between browser and desktop applications and allow developers from a variety of backgrounds to develop applications for the browser.
This presentation will go over the advantages of using WebAssembly and assess the tools currently available for working with the technology.
It will also include a demonstration of how to compile Rust into WebAssembly packaged inside a node module which can be imported into a web app.