Progressive WebAssembly Applications (in Rust), Alex Kehayias

Progressive WebAssembly Applications in Rust at Cloudflare:

Here are some Rust-based frontend frameworks that were mentioned:

  • Yew (tutorial) – “Yew is a modern Rust framework inspired by Elm and React for creating multi-threaded frontend apps with WebAssembly.”
  • Sauron – “Sauron is an html web framework for building web-apps. It is heavily inspired by elm.”
  • Percy – “A modular toolkit for building isomorphic web apps with Rust + WebAssembly”
  • Seed – “A Rust framework for creating web apps”

Ooh, “multi-threaded frontend apps with WebAssembly“ piques my interest, in my quest for speedier math demos. :slightly_smiling_face:

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I want to check out that Yew tutorial soon. The stack I’ve been interested in figuring out is #webassembly (using #rust) on the frontend and #elixir/#erlang on the server.

Are you working through the Rust/WebAssembly book from Pragmatic Press? If so, how is it?

It’s interesting so far, but I haven’t gone past the section on wat format yet. I’ve been working on other things but want to get back to it soon.

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A quick walk-through of a small Yew project:

I didn’t watch this playlist yet, but it looks interesting: