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.
WebAssembly (Wasm) is a revolutionary technology for Web development. It aims to execute at native speed in web browsers. With WebAssembly, it is convenient to port C/C++ code for web client and server applications. Dynamsoft Barcode Reader 6.2 is the most potent barcode SDK ever, and its WebAssembly edition is on the way. Let’s see what we can do with the preview edition of Dynamsoft WebAssembly barcode SDK.