Well, that’s me every other day: I love JS for
its flexibility and dynamism, but I also sometimes find
it painful to deal with, especially in some
specific programming contexts.
If you, like me, hoped to be able to write
stuff done on the web, chances are you bumbed
into WebAssembly (abbr. WASM),
and considered it your holy grail. WASM
is a portable binary format that’s been
implemented by all major browsers and
allows other languages to be compiled for the
Why is that important? Well, that’s the key
of how I managed to run an ABS playground
(a code runner) on the browser.
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