Some fancy indirectly referenced stuff:
I think this is for people who want to run their own cloudflare workers (sort of) and since nobody wants to run full node for that, they want a small runtime that just executes js/wasm in an isolated way. But I wonder why they don't tell me how I can be sure that this is safe or how it's safe. Surely I can't just trust them and it explicitly mentions that it still has file IO so clearly there is still work I need to do customize the isolation further. But then they don't show any info on that core usecase. But then that's probably because they don't really want you to use this to run it on your own, they are selling you on running things on their edge platform called "Wasmer Edge". So that's probably why this is so light on information.. the motivation isn't to get you to use this yourself, just to use this their hosted edge platform. But then I wonder why I wouldn't just use https://github.com/cloudflare/workerd which is also open source. Surely that is fast enough? If not then it should show some benchmarks?
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There’s also Lagon that solves that
JS -> WebAssembly Component
I don't think that's the intended use-case for this.
If you want to do this, I think something like ComponentizeJS is what you would be looking for. As far as I can tell you'd also need to create WIT (Wasm Interface Type) definitions for the interface(s) that mod_wasm expects for its WASM modules, as they don't provide them themselves.
An extremely fast bundler for the web
FWIW, this isn't a new idea. For example, Figma uses QuickJS (https://bellard.org/quickjs/) for their plug-in runtime: https://www.figma.com/blog/an-update-on-plugin-security/
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