Ruby Adds Support for WebAssembly: What is WebAssembly and how it benefits Ruby devs?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on dev.to

Our great sponsors
  • CodiumAI - TestGPT | Generating meaningful tests for busy devs
  • InfluxDB - Access the most powerful time series database as a service
  • SonarLint - Clean code begins in your IDE with SonarLint
  • ONLYOFFICE ONLYOFFICE Docs — document collaboration in your environment
  • wasm-micro-runtime

    WebAssembly Micro Runtime (WAMR)

    Running a Wasm application outside the browser requires an appropriate runtime that implements the WebAssembly VM and provides interfaces to the underlying system. There are a few competing solutions in this field, the most popular being wasmtime, wasmer, and WAMR.

  • wasmtime

    A fast and secure runtime for WebAssembly

    Running a Wasm application outside the browser requires an appropriate runtime that implements the WebAssembly VM and provides interfaces to the underlying system. There are a few competing solutions in this field, the most popular being wasmtime, wasmer, and WAMR.

  • CodiumAI

    TestGPT | Generating meaningful tests for busy devs. Get non-trivial tests (and trivial, too!) suggested right inside your IDE, so you can code smart, create more value, and stay confident when you push.

  • wasmer

    🚀 The leading WebAssembly Runtime supporting WASI and Emscripten

    Running a Wasm application outside the browser requires an appropriate runtime that implements the WebAssembly VM and provides interfaces to the underlying system. There are a few competing solutions in this field, the most popular being wasmtime, wasmer, and WAMR.

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

Suggest a related project

Related posts