A month ago, Mozilla announced WASI (WebAssembly system interface) in their blog post. WASI is a new standardization that allows WebAssembly code to run anywhere. Although WASI is still a work in progress prototype, I can’t wait to try it out.
The reason WebAssembly appealing to me, besides the performance, is that I can run WebAssembly either on client-side or server-side. In this post, I will share how to build WebAssembly file and run it with Node.js.