Mozilla-focused events for people who build the Web.
Now available in Firefox and Chrome, and also soon in Edge and WebKit, WebAssembly enables near-native performance of code in the browser, which is great for game development, and has also shown benefits for WebVR applications. Here’s a look at how far we’ve come and what’s ahead for HTML5 game development.
There’s never been a better time to port a native game to the web. Here are some tips from the trenches for getting started with WebAssembly and Emscripten.
This is the 1st article in a 3-part series of articles with code cartoons that illustrate how to get started running WebAssembly modules in the browser today, how to work with memory in WebAssembly, and how to use table imports.