Waggy, the library for writing WAGI API handlers in Go

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  • waggy

    Hello again, gophers. Sorry to make yet another post about a library I've written, but this one actually serves a legitimate need that I haven't found fulfilled yet. That library's name is Waggy.

  • wagi

    Write HTTP handlers in WebAssembly with a minimal amount of work

    As I'm sure you've heard, WASM has been growing in popularity and use over the past few years. And with the creation of WASI (Web Assembly System Interface) and WAGI (Web Assembly Gateway Interface), WASM is starting to venture outside of running just in the browser. And in the case of WAGI, if you've been programming since the earlier days of the internet, it might feel very similar to CGI programming (and that's because it's based on CGI1.1!) WAGI provides a way for developers to define handlers for HTTP requests and route them to specific functions inside of, or entire, WASM modules. It does so by piping the headers of the incoming request to os.Args[1:], piping the body of the incoming request to os.Stdin, and writing the response to os.Stdout. (To learn more about configuring, routing, compiling, and deploying WAGI routes, as well as the limitations of WAGI routes, please consult the WAGI docs and the TinyGo WASM docs)

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  • wazero

    wazero: the zero dependency WebAssembly runtime for Go developers

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