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WebAssembly/Rust Tutorial: Pitch-perfect Audio Processing

by Peter Suggate

WebAssembly gives near-native performance to web apps and allows languages other than JavaScript—plus their libraries—to be used on the web. This tutorial leverages Rust and the Web Audio API to make a basic guitar tuner app that runs at 60 FPS, even on mobile.

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WebVR Part 5: Design and Implementation

by Michael Cole

With all building blocks in place, it is time to wrap up our WebVR journey and demonstrate how everything is implemented. In the last part of our WebVR series, Toptal Full-stack Developer Michael Cole goes over design and implementation in detail, explaining how the experience comes together.

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WebVR Part 3: Unlocking the Potential of WebAssembly and AssemblyScript

by Michael Cole

What if you could incorporate clever features from other programming languages for your JavaScript project, without too much hassle? That is the general idea behind WebAssembly. In Part 3 of our WebVR series, Toptal Full-stack Developer Michael Cole introduces you to WebAssembly and AssemblyScript, outlining how they can be harnessed to create a browser-backend for web apps.

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