WebAssembly & Rust workshop

Ubiquitous browser support for bytecode in WebAssembly (called Wasm for short) is still a recent development. But it is already apparent that Wasm will play a major role for performance-critical applications in the browser. At the same time Rust has proven to be a popular source language in terms of performance and security.

Bring your team up to date: Our experts will be your guide into the world of crates and cargo.

What we cover

In addition to these modules, we also assist with individual questions and stubborn code. After a general introduction to Wasm and Rust, the participants will learn everything about wasm-bindgen, Yew and more.

  • Introduction to WebAssembly
  • JavaScript WebAssembly - Interfaces
  • Compiling Rust Libraries to WebAssembly
  • Replace JavaScript Modules with WebAssembly
  • wasm-bindgen & Webpack Support Explained

This is how we do our workshops

It is important for us to cater the workshops to the requirements and skills of the participants. We focus on small groups and individually tailored content. In a personal preliminary discussion, we clarify questions and build an agenda together fine-tuned to your needs. In order to guarantee ideal support, we have designed our workshops for a maximum of five people. Larger groups can be supported by additional instructors.

  • Experienced instructors
  • Modular design
  • Plenty of practical exercises & examples
  • Best practices
  • An individualized agenda
  • e.g. 2 blocks of 3 hours each

About the Author

Peerigon is a well-trained team of passionate web developers from Augsburg. In addition to programming tailor-made web applications for our customers we regularly give lectures at the HS Augsburg. We are also a co-organizer of several Meetups, including Web&Wine and the Nodeschool Meetups in Munich and Augsburg, and one of us is a member of the Webpack Core team.

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+49 821 907 80 86 0

Drop us an email at:
hello@peerigon.com