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Programming WebAssembly with Rust by Kevin Hoffman

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Introducing WebAssembly

If the modern programmable web is merely a toy store, then WebAssembly is a toy warehouse filled with toys as far as the eye can see. Developers who spend most of their time working on the front end often long for some of the features, testability, and constraints prevalent in the world of servers and services. Likewise, folks who spend most of their time toiling behind the counter, away from the customer but carefully assembling all the parts of their order, often long for the fluid, expressive, blank canvas world the front end represents. People who work in both worlds are keenly aware of the paradigm differences between the two and why the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.

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