Mozilla Announces WebAssembly Studio IDE

by Developer.com Staff

The new development tool could spur greater adoption of the WebAssembly standard.

Mozilla has launched a beta version of a new integrated development environment (IDE) called WebAssembly Studio. Designed to promote adoption of the WebAssembly standards, the new IDE builds on two earlier projects, WasmExplorer and WasmFiddle.

WebAssembly Studio boasts support for C, C++ and Rust, with future plans to support any programming language that compiles to Web Assembly. The IDE also enables editing of WebAssembly binary modules and test files. It is available online or as a download from GitHub.

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This article was originally published on Tuesday Apr 17th 2018
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