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Third, WebAssembly apps are easy to deploy and manage. They have much fewer platform dependencies and complexities compared with NaCl dynamic libraries and executables.

Finally, WebAssembly is polyglot. C/C++, Rust, Swift, Kotlin programs can all be easily compiled into WebAssembly. Even JavaScript is supported on WebAssembly. The WasmEdge Tensorflow API provides the most ergonomic way to execute TensorFlow models in the Rust programming language.

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Our vision for the future is to run WebAssembly as an alternative lightweight runtime side-by-side with Docker and microVMs in cloud-native infrastructure. WebAssembly offers much higher performance and consumes ...

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For starters, WebAssembly provides fine-grained runtime isolation for individual functions. A microservice could have multiple functions and support services running inside a microVM. WebAssembly can make the microservice more secure and more stable .

Second, the WebAssembly bytecode is por...

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Why WebAssembly?

The short answer is that WebAssembly is fast, safe, and portable.

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WebAssembly, on the other hand, achieves performance on par with C/C++ compiled native binaries (NaCl) while still preserving portability, safety, and manageability associated with high-level language runtimes. WasmEdge is one of the fastest WebAssembly runtime on the market today.

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Serverless functions save developers a ton of trouble managing the backend infrastructure. It also simplifies the development process as developers only need to focus on the business logic. This article is a step-by-step guide on how to write and deploy your own WebAssembly serverless functions o...

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WebAssembly vs. Python & JavaScript

A recent survey by DataDog found that most AWS Lambda serverless functions are written in JavaScript and Python.

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