Getting Started with WebAssembly in Go!

Getting Started with WebAssembly in Go!

Elliot Forbes | Duration: 0:12 h | Video: H264 3840x2160 | Audio: AAC 48 kHz 2ch | 73 MB | Language: English

WebAssembly is one of the coolest new bits of technology coming onto the scene these days. It is a language that can run alongside the likes of JavaScript within the browser and can be written in a number of different languages from C/C++/Rust and Go of course!

In this course, we are going to be taking a look at how you can get up and running writing and running your own web apps that utilize WebAssembly that has been written and compiled with Go.

Throughout this course, we will be covering the following topics
• Compiling Go Code to WebAssembly
• Executing Your WebAssembly Code in The Browser
• Basic DOM manipulation in WebAssembly
• Optimizing the size of your compiled binaries
• Creating WebAssembly Functions in Go

By the end of this course, you should have a solid understanding of the basics when it comes to writing your own web applications using WebAssembly and Go.



Getting Started with WebAssembly in Go!

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