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  • Hello wasm-pack!

    Introducing wasm-pack, a new tool for assembling and packaging Rust crates that target WebAssembly. These packages can be published to the npm Registry and used alongside other packages. This means you can use them side-by-side with JS and other packages, and in many kind of applications.

  • A new video series: Web Demystified

    This post introduces Web Demystified, a new video series targeting web makers -- everyone who builds things for the web: designers, developers, project and team managers, students, hobbyists, and experts. Our goal is to provide basic information for beginners, with subject matter that will also serve as a refresher on ...

  • Build your own web things with the Things Framework

    Last year Mozilla started Project Things to help developers connect physical “things” to the web in a safe, secure and interoperable way. Now, with the 0.4 release of the Things Gateway, you can add native web things to your gateway, to control them alongside all your other smart home devices. ...

  • Sneak Peek at WebAssembly Studio

    WebAssembly.Studio is an online IDE (integrated development environment) that helps you learn and teach others. It’s also a Swiss Army knife that comes in handy whenever working with WebAssembly (WASM). WebAssembly is a low-level assembly-like language that runs with near-native performance and provides languages such as C/C++/Rust with a compilation ...

  • MDN Changelog for March 2018

    Publishing a changelog is a tradition in open source, and a long-time practice on the web. In this changelog, MDN engineers report on what happened in March to the code, data, and tools that support MDN Web Docs, and look ahead to what's on plan for this month. Learn more ...

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